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    AdminEnrique Saggesse (Admin, Microsoft Office 365) commented  · 

    Please note that filtering is only disabled when the user has no Edit rights. Granting Edit rights solves this issue (and it is independent from granting Save rights so it doesn't mean the user can save an edited version of the spreadsheet).

  2. 4 votes
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    AdminEnrique Saggesse (Admin, Microsoft Office 365) commented  · 

    Please note, there's a work-around to this issue available currently: uniqueness is defined at the Sensitive information type level. You can create a Sensitive Information Type with Uniqueness requirement based on the existing sensitive info types as per: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/microsoft-365/compliance/customize-a-built-in-sensitive-information-type
    Use the uniqueResults tag in the Pattern definition to control whether uniqueness is required for the sensitive type.

  4. 5 votes
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  5. 26 votes
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    AdminEnrique Saggesse (Admin, Microsoft Office 365) commented  · 

    PDF is now covered in addition to Office files, so we have edited the definition of this request to focus on additional file types. If you primarily cared about PDF you can remove your vote from this one.

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    AdminEnrique Saggesse (Admin, Microsoft Office 365) commented  · 

    Request understood, but I want to clarify that UL does support these settings, it is built-in labels *on all platforms including Windows* that don't have this requirement. This is not an issue with Unified Labeling, but with built-in labels, which is still missing multiple features. The Office team is working to get closer to feature parity with the Unified Labeling client before end of the year.
    In the meantime, this should not prevent a customer working with the AIP client from moving to the AIP UL client given that both clients support the same advanced settings.

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    AdminEnrique Saggesse (Admin, Microsoft Office 365) commented  · 

    Please note that support for airgapped networks is already available in the latest Unified Labeling Scanner and PowerShell. Still being evaluated for the AIP Unified Labeling Scanner.

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    AdminEnrique Saggesse (Admin, Microsoft Office 365) commented  · 

    Regarding the previous comment, the current behavior in Office is actually that if the user doesn't have the EXPORT right (which officially controls whether a user can save the file in unprotected format) the file can't be saved in PDF format. So while inheriting the protection on export in PDF format would be a desirable feature, the current behavior in Office doesn't create holes that could cause data leakage.
    It is only if you have the PDF plugin from Adobe installed that the plugin overwrites this functionality with one that allows you to save the file in unprotected format with only Save rights. As such, I suggest filing a bug with Adobe, not with Microsoft. 

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    AdminEnrique Saggesse (Admin, Microsoft Office 365) commented  · 

    The ask is understood, but I want to clarify that the problem you are observing is that some clients discard all metadata on replies, so it would not be possible to use metadata to store the label (i.e. it is not that these clients discard AIP labeling metadata, they ignore and discard all non-core email metadata).
    Also must add that classification metadata is always persisted if the email is protected, regardless of the client that receives the email.
    So the solution for the problem as expressed would have to involve putting the classification encoded in the body of the message. You can do this today by applying content markings (or a "disclaimer" during transport) and then creating a rule for inbound email that looks for such text and classifies the email accordingly.
    So we will interpret this feature request as automating such process. Let us know if we are missing some aspect of the problem.

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    AdminEnrique Saggesse (Admin, Microsoft Office 365) commented  · 

    While this is a valid request, I want to respond to the comment below that MCAS doesn't support this. MCAS CAN apply AIP classification labels to files in real-time currently, so MCAS can address the scenario described here.

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    AdminEnrique Saggesse (Admin, Microsoft Office 365) commented  · 

    While we agree on the importance of it being native, I want to highlight that you can use AIP classification buttons to trigger Encrypt Only via a transport rule. So from an end-user perspective, it should be a single click operation with what's available today.

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