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I am curious about this capability and the DLP protection offered under protection.office.com admin console. They seem to offer the same service (except Protection also can apply to SharePoint, Teams, etc.). I attempted to set up a similar DLP in Protection like the one in the Exchange Admin service. It notified me of the password protected attachment I sent, but it still allowed it to go on through even though I specified that it was supposed to be stopped. Microsoft needs to address this as my management would like to implement this capability that the portal.office.com Exchange admin console offers.