Our technical writer, Carol Bailey, is letting you know what’s new and hot in the docs for June.
Dan (on behalf of the Information Protection team)
The Documentation for Azure Information Protection has been updated on the web and the latest content has a June 2017 (or later) date at the top of the article.
Updates for this month support the continued updates for unifying template configuration in the Azure portal, the new GA release of the Azure Information Protection client, and the new privacy controls for the document tracking site.
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What’s new in the documentation for Azure Information Protection, June 2016
Documentation articles that have significant technical changes since the last update (May 2017):
– New entry to help Mac users ramp up quickly: How do I configure a Mac computer to protect and track documents?
– Updated support statements for the versions of Office supported, and removed the previous restriction that Windows Server 2016 was supported for PowerShell only.
– Updated for the new preview options that brings templates to the Azure portal.
– New article, that explains the new preview feature to display your labels in the languages that your users need. This feature needs a minimum version of the client that is 1.8 and now available as a preview version on the Download Center.
– Updated for the new GA release, Version 188.8.131.52.
– Updated the installation section for the new .msi installation option: Options to install the Azure Information Protection client for users
– New section in the Azure Information Protection client admin guide: Privacy controls for your document tracking site. This section contains the technical documentation for admins that was announced with the blog post, Azure Information Protection “Do not track” feature now in Preview. The updated version of the corresponding AADRM module with the 3 new cmdlets (Set-AadrmDoNotTrackUserGroup, Clear-AadrmDoNotTrackUserGroup, and Get-AadrmDoNotTrackUserGroup) are also published, and the end user documentation for document tracking is also updated to explain why information about users from their organization might not be displayed but documents can always be revoked.