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Azure Information Protection documentation update for October 2017

Update:  As of December 2017, all documentation updates are now posted on our Tech Community blog: https://aka.ms/AIPblog Hi everybody Our technical writer, Carol Bailey, is letting you know what’s new and hot in the docs for October. Reminders: Follow us on Twitter (Microsoft Mobility @MSFTMobility) and join in our peer community at www.yammer.com/AskIPTeam. Gagan (on...

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Status Update for Azure Information Protection and Microsoft Cloud App Security – October 2017

Hello again to our Azure Information Protection community and welcome to the Cloud App Security community! If you’ve been following our journey, you must be aware that we’re actively working on deepening the integration between these services to enable wider information protection scenarios that are important to you. In that spirit, we are expanding these...

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Introducing support for Cryptography: Next Generation (CNG) certificates in Configuration Manager

We have added limited support for Cryptography: Next Generation (CNG) certificates in Update 1710 for System Center Configuration Manager Technical Preview. Now Configuration Manager clients can use PKI client authentication certificate with private key in CNG Key Storage Provider (KSP). With KSP support, Configuration Manager clients can now support hardware based private key such as...

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Update 1710 for Configuration Manager Technical Preview Branch – Available Now!

Hello everyone! We are happy to let you know that update 1710 for the Technical Preview Branch of System Center Configuration Manager has been released. Technical Preview Branch releases give you an opportunity to try out new Configuration Manager features in a test environment before they are made generally available. This month’s new preview features...

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New Azure Active Directory resilience features: action required

Howdy folks, If you are federating a separate identity system with your Azure Active Directory tenant, such as Active Directory Federation Server (ADFS), this blog post is for you! We’re totally committed to maximizing Azure Active Directory service availability. As part of that commitment we’re adding more resilience features over the coming months. For most...

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Intune’s new Troubleshooting Portal makes diagnosing and resolving end user issues easier

This post is authored by Jon Lynn, Service Engineer, Intune Customer Experience team. Having the right data at your fingertips is a must when you’re troubleshooting issues with your end users. Intune’s new Troubleshooting Portal provides a “single pane of glass” for reviewing device status, assignments and policies affecting a user, eliminating the need to click...

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Azure Information Protection scanner in public preview

Hi everyone! We mentioned the Azure Information Protection scanner in our Ignite blog and demonstrated how it works in this Ignite session. We’re very excited to announce that the feature is now available in public preview. We hope that this helps you manage and protect your significant on-premises data and prepare you for regulations such...

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Extended email security and compliance with Azure Information Protection

We made some exciting announcements at Ignite that help you protect your sensitive information regardless of where it’s stored or shared. For detailed information on new capabilities in Office 365 Message Encryption (OME), please read this Office 365 blog and watch this Ignite session. We’re also hosting an Ask Me Anything (AMA) session on OME on...

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You asked, we’re delivering: Release notes for Azure Active Directory!

Howdy folks, I’m really pumped up about today’s news as it’s something new we’ve never tried before. A ton of you have let us know that it’s critically important you get information around new Azure AD feature releases and plan-for-change communications so you can better plan and maintain your IT infrastructure. We’ve never had a...

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This one is important: Time to migrate your v1.0 Conditional Access policies to v2.0!

Howdy folks, Azure AD Conditional Access policies in the new Azure portal offer a powerful integrated experience to meet your organization’s security and compliance needs. As we approach the sunset date of Azure AD in the classic Azure portal, it’s important that you move from policies at an app level in the classic portal to...

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