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Microsoft 365 Records Management – Auto-Apply Retention Label Policy

In previous posts, I discussed creating retention labels and publishing them to your various sites. This is an effective way to ensure record retention processes are followed within your organization.  However, the process can require a lot of user interaction.  Many organizations find their users do not apply labels.  The reasons for this range from being unsure which option to select to not having time to do it.  This can cause records to be deleted before they should or kept longer than required.  In this post, we’ll help to alleviate that by using an auto-apply retention label policy.  It’s a bit of a longer post, but there can be many parts to properly configuring auto-apply retention labels.

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Microsoft 365 Information Protection – Site Sensitivity Label Alerts

In my previous post, I discussed configuring site sensitivity using Microsoft 365 MIP (Microsoft Information Protection) labels.  In this follow-up, I’ll discuss site sensitivity label alerts, what is there automatically and what you need to configure.

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Microsoft 365 Information Protection – Apply Sensitivity Labels to Sites, Groups, and Teams

Previously I provided instructions on how to create a sensitivity label scoped to your sites and groups.  In this short post, I’ll demonstrate how one apply sensitivity labels to sites, Groups, and Teams in Microsoft 365.  I’ll present the before and after effects that applying the sensitivity label has on your sites.  I’ll also show you how site sensitivity labels can help ensure content that isn’t supposed to be within the site is flagged automatically for you.

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Microsoft 365 Information Protection – Creating a Sensitivity Label for Groups and Sites

Creating a sensitivity label for Groups and Sites is a relatively new feature within Microsoft 365 compliance.  This feature allows sensitivity control to be applied to features in M365 that are backed by a Microsoft 365 Group (Teams and SharePoint sites) and SharePoint Online and OneDrive for Business.  Currently, the feature is not enabled by default.  It needs to be enabled.  Check out “Enable Sensitivity Labels in Microsoft 365 Groups and SharePoint Sites“.  In this post, I’ll cover the steps for applying a sensitivity label to a site itself.

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Microsoft 365 Information Protection – Enable Sensitivity Labels in Microsoft 365 Groups and SharePoint Sites

Recently M365 was updated to allow administrators to enable sensitivity labels in Microsoft 365 Groups and SharePoint sites.  This means that any container in M365 that is backed by a Microsoft 365 Group or SharePoint can have sensitivity controls applied to it.  This includes Microsoft Teams and OneDrive for Business.  Within this post we’ll walk through the steps for enabling sensitivity labels for your tenant’s M365 Groups and SharePoint site.

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