Azure Information Protection Documentation Update for January 2018

The Documentation for Azure Information Protection has been updated on the web and the latest content has a January 2018 (or later) date at the top of the article.

For a few, it’s been a tranquil begin of the year, and we have less than regular doc refreshes this month. Notwithstanding, we had a refresh to the Azure entryway and accordingly, you would now be able to choose every use right separately for fine-grain control. Already, a portion of the rights were packaged and in the event that you expected to choose them independently, you could just do as such with PowerShell. There’s additionally a backend change that is more subtle – assemble participation for perused approaches are currently reserved similarly that gathering enrollment is stored for the Azure Rights Management benefit.

New to the docs: We’ve recently included the assistance bot for Azure Information Protection. This is a pilot, so we particularly urge you to give it a shot and give input. You can type an inquiry or a catchphrase, and check whether the bot knows the appropriate response. If not, and you’re searching for data, the bot can enable you to look through the docs. Be that as it may, in the event that you have a specialized issue, the bot can likewise open a help ticket for you.

The bot is still learning (“in baby phase”), so please be patient and if your question wasn’t answered, try again in a few days. Got your question answered? Give the bot a “thumbs up” so it knows it was a good answer for your question. Didn’t answer your question or answered a different question? Give the bot a “thumbs down” so it can learn and improve. To email feedback in general about the bot, type “feedback” in the bot.

We listen to your feedback and try to incorporate it whenever possible. Let me know if you have feedback about the documentation and I also encourage you to head over to our Yammer site to see what others are discussing.

What’s new in the documentation for Azure Information Protection, January 2018

Requirements for Azure Information Protection

– Updated the Firewalls and network infrastructure section, with a tip about how to quickly check whether your client-to-service connection is being terminated. For example, your firewall might be terminating the secured connections to do packet inspection. Kudos to Tom Moser from our Customer Success team for passing on this tip for how to check this from the client. Our friends in Office have also added a link to this section from their much-referenced Office 365 URLs and IP address ranges documentation.

Preparing users and groups for Azure Information Protection

– Updated the section about group membership caching. Previously, only the Azure Rights Management service cached group membership for performance reasons. Now, the Azure Information Protection service also caches membership for scoped policies. This is a “behind the scenes change” that you are unlikely to notice during normal use but will notice if you are in the testing phase and trying out different scoped policies.

Office 365: Configuration for clients and online services to use the Azure Rights Management service

– Updated the SharePoint Online and OneDrive for Business: IRM Configuration section, to remove the reference to a preview sync client for IRM-protected libraries. This sync client is now generally available and the note now references the updated Office documentation, Enable users to sync IRM-protected files with the OneDrive sync client.

Configuring usage rights for Azure Rights Management

– Now that all usage rights are visible in the Azure portal, this page is updated to match.

Configuring and managing templates for Azure Information Protection

– With the recent Azure Information Protection service update, templates that are converted to labels no longer remove the Save As, Export (common name) usage right.

Tasks that you used to do with the Azure classic portal

– Updated the introduction note to confirm the retirement date of the Azure classic portal (Jan 8).

Installing Windows PowerShell for Azure Rights Management

– Removed the reference to the 32-bit version of the Azure Rights Management Administration Tool. With the latest version of the tool, only a 64-bit version is available to download.

Admin Guide: Install the Azure Information Protection client for users

– A new prerequisite that many customers are finding for the latest Office 2016 Click-to-Run versions: You might need to enable support for legacy monitors to prevent the Azure Information Protection bar from displaying outside the Office app.

Admin Guide: Using PowerShell with the Azure Information Protection client

– Updated the instructions in How to label files non-interactively for Azure Information Protection to reflect a recent change in Azure AD. Now, you must always grant permissions to the native app (step 12).

Microsoft Office 365 ProPlus Customization Tool for Click-to-Run – Office Setup

On 1st of Jan 2018 microsoft had announced a preview of the Office Customization Tool for Click-to-Run, a simple to use web application that enables desktop administrators to customize Office 365 clients.

For complete application visit office.com/setup

Until before, Windows administrators would use notepad or an equivalent text editor to compile various XML statements to define the Office edition, feature update frequency, version, language and other number of available settings. This somewhat tedious task, in most cases, would result in installation errors from fouled up manual entries or copy-and-paste actions into the text editor.

With the new Office Customization Tool, desktop admins can leverage the rich user interface that intuitively shows all available options to build the desired Office configurations. The configuration tool groups the commonly used settings in the following categories:

  • software & language
  • installation & update
  • licensing & display

Each of these areas provide admins with options to help meet their security and regulatory needs.

One of our favorite additions, is the configuration builder. Desktop admins can quickly see a list of all configuration settings being chosen on the right-hand side of the screen, giving the desktop admin a quick and easy way to see the result of their selections without jumping through multiple screens.

When all the desired settings have been selected, desktop admins are provided with the option to download the resulting configuration.xml file which is to be used in conjunction with the Office Deployment Tool for the settings to take affect during installation time of the Office 365 client.

Desktop Admin also have an option to upload any previously configured XML files to the configuration tool and modify them with new or existing settings.

For those of you who are familiar with the old Win32 Office Customization Tool which came with your perpetual (MS Installer) bits, you’ll notice the new customization tool has a lack of install-time user preferences. Over the next several months we will be enhancing the tool to enable desktop admins to select many configurable user preferences that are currently being offered with the perpetual counterpart. We encourage you to try out the new Office Customization Tool which is available in preview today, by clicking on the link or typing http://config.office.com in your browser. Send us feedback and let us know what you think by using the send a smile feature, located on the top right of the web application.

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How to Get Microsoft Office 365 HUP Product Key?

If you have installed office through Microsoft HUP, then you have to enter the product key.

Check the method of entering office product key here.

Install Office 2016/2013 : office.com/setup

Get Microsoft HUP Product Key:

  • Go to microsofthup.com.

  • Select the Order History link in the upper right-hand corner of the page.
  • Enter the work email address that you used to buy Office. This will send an email to yourself that contains a link to your order history.
  • In the email you receive, select the link to view your order history.
  • On the Order History web page, select your order number.

Your product key is listed under Microsoft Office Product Key (FPP) on the Order Details web page.

Reinstall Office using Microsoft HUP Product Key:

In the Sign in to set up Office window that appears when you first start an Office app, select I don’t want to sign in or create an account.

In the Enter office product key screen, enter the product key to activate Office.

Agree to the License terms by selecting Accept and start Word.

for more details, visit : www.office.com/setup

Where do I Enter Microsoft Office Product Key? – Office.com/setup

If you bought a Product Key Card:

This is what to do with another, never utilized Office 365, Office 2016, or Office 2013 item key:

Go to office.com/setup.

Sign in with your Microsoft account, or make one on the off chance that you don’t have one. Make sure to recollect this record so you can introduce or reinstall Office later, without an item key.

Essential: If you’re restoring an Office 365 membership, enter the Microsoft account that is related with your membership. We can help on the off chance that you overlooked your Microsoft record or secret word.

Enter your Office item key, without hyphens.

Take after the prompts to relate your item key with your Microsoft record and begin the establishment procedure.

Microsoft 365 Office Setup : office setup

If you bought Office through the Microsoft Store:

On the off chance that you purchased Office through the Microsoft Store, you can enter your item key there.

Go to www.microsoftstore.com. In the upper right-hand corner, select Sign in and enter the client ID and secret key you used to purchase Office.

After you sign in, select your name in the upper right-hand corner, and afterward select Order History.

Find the Office one-time buy or individual Office application, and after that select Install Office to see your item key (this doesn’t really introduce Office).

Select Install Office again in the window where the item key shows up.

On the Hi. We should get your Office page, take after the prompts to relate your item key with your Microsoft record and begin the establishment procedure.

Get – Microsoft Office Support

If you bought Office through Microsoft HUP:

When you introduce Office 2016 through your manager’s Microsoft HUP advantage, you enter your item key after you introduce Office.

Begin any Office application, for example, Word.

In the Sign in to set up Office screen, select I would prefer not to sign in or make a record (it’s a little connection at the base of the window).

Enter your Microsoft HUP item key to enact Office.

For more details, visit : www.office.com/setup

Cortana causes you find aptitudes normally, so you don’t need to recollect the summon expression

Cortana as an individual computerized collaborator is extraordinary at keeping you on track with your duties or reminding you about your mother’s birthday. These capacities are surfaced normally in view of Cortana can comprehend client’s purpose. To conjure outsider aptitudes on Cortana, clients needed to state an extraordinary expression, called a summon expression, as domino “Open”, or “Approach Darksky for the climate one weekend from now”. This isn’t a decent client encounter for a partner since clients frequently overlook how to conjure an ability. We are glad to declare that clients can conjure outsider aptitudes on Cortana in an exceptionally common manner.

“Breaking obstructions… Pushing limits”

Cortana would now be able to keenly propose outsider abilities when a client approaches her for something. By utilizing the energy of Bing Search and our times of interest in AI, importance, and positioning, we have conveyed a more characteristic ordeal to Cortana clients. Presently clients can normally find an extensive variety of outsider Cortana abilities and achieve those assignments with Cortana’s assistance.

So, if you want to find some brunch recipes or ask Cortana to help you find live music events, just say “Hey Cortana, can you help me find some brunch recipes” or “Hey Cortana, find live music events” and Cortana will recommend relevant 3rd party skills that can help you with the task at hand.

Rather than remembering the invocation phrase for a skill, users can now just speak naturally, and Cortana will recommend relevant 3rd party skills to complete the taskRather than remembering the invocation phrase for a skill, users can now just speak naturally, and Cortana will recommend relevant 3rd party skills to complete the taskThe experience is currently available for voice queries on Cortana for Windows and will very soon light up on other Cortana endpoints like our mobile app, the Harmon Kardon Invoke Speaker, and so on.

“What’s in the Box for Developers?”

For developers, it is a great opportunity to have your skills get discovered by more users who are trying to complete a task. Here are some things that you can do to improve discoverability of your skills:

  • Make sure your skill title and descriptions are indicative of your skill’s functionality.
  • In the skill publication process, we ask for metadata about your skill. Make sure you provide information which is comprehensive and accurate.
  • Work to ensure your skill is of high quality. Our ranker will consider skill quality and usage patterns when recommending skills to users.

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Microsoft Office 365 ProPlus Customization Tool for Click-to-Run

On 1st of Jan 2018 microsoft had announced a preview of the Office Customization Tool for Click-to-Run, a simple to use web application that enables desktop administrators to customize Office 365 clients.

For complete application visit office.com/setup

Until before, Windows administrators would use notepad or an equivalent text editor to compile various XML statements to define the Office edition, feature update frequency, version, language and other number of available settings. This somewhat tedious task, in most cases, would result in installation errors from fouled up manual entries or copy-and-paste actions into the text editor.

With the new Office Customization Tool, desktop admins can leverage the rich user interface that intuitively shows all available options to build the desired Office configurations. The configuration tool groups the commonly used settings in the following categories:

  • software & language
  • installation & update
  • licensing & display

Each of these areas provide admins with options to help meet their security and regulatory needs.

One of our favorite additions, is the configuration builder. Desktop admins can quickly see a list of all configuration settings being chosen on the right-hand side of the screen, giving the desktop admin a quick and easy way to see the result of their selections without jumping through multiple screens.

When all the desired settings have been selected, desktop admins are provided with the option to download the resulting configuration.xml file which is to be used in conjunction with the Office Deployment Tool for the settings to take affect during installation time of the Office 365 client.

 

Desktop Admin also have an option to upload any previously configured XML files to the configuration tool and modify them with new or existing settings.

 

For those of you who are familiar with the old Win32 Office Customization Tool which came with your perpetual (MS Installer) bits, you’ll notice the new customization tool has a lack of install-time user preferences. Over the next several months we will be enhancing the tool to enable desktop admins to select many configurable user preferences that are currently being offered with the perpetual counterpart. We encourage you to try out the new Office Customization Tool which is available in preview today, by clicking on the link or typing http://config.office.com in your browser. Send us feedback and let us know what you think by using the send a smile feature, located on the top right of the web application.

New features on Mac enabled with January 2018 Update for Skype for Business 2015 Server

With the release of January, 2018 cumulative update, we have enabled two much anticipated features for Skype for Business 2015 customers using the Skype for Business on Mac app.  When the update is installed, users of the Mac app will see the following improvements:

Support for Location-based routing of phone calls

Your administrator can control how calls to or from people outside of your organization are handled based on the location of the parties in the call.

Display IM disclaimers

Skype for Business will display a disclaimer message at the beginning of every IM conversation if your organization specifies them.  IM disclaimers are specified through the IMWarning parameter of New-CSClientPolicy.

Microsoft recommends that you install this update only if you need these features or experience any of the issues described in the “Improvements and fixes” list for the release.

Click here to install the Skype for Business on Mac app. We continue to release regular updates to the app and more good stuff is coming at the end of this month.  Be sure to keep up to date to have the latest and best app!

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New features in Microsoft Office Forms for educators at BETT 2018

Teachers use Microsoft Forms to create quizzes, polls, or surveys. They can quickly create a survey or quiz in just a few minutes, send to students to fill out on any device, and see the results in real time. Listening to millions of users’ voices, and leveraging latest Microsoft technology, we improved Microsoft Forms to be more collaborative and productive, by adding the following top-requested capabilities:

  • New question types: Teachers can ask students to correctly order items in a list, ask students to self-report, or develop and iterate through a grading rubric using our new ranking and Likert controls.
  • Education Resources (preview) in Microsoft Forms allows teachers to use professionally-created, standards-aligned assessments in their classes.
  • New collaboration features allow easier viewing and sharing of the Forms created in through Microsoft Teams or SharePoint Office 365 groups.
  • Integration with PowerPoint (under development): Forms’ integration in PowerPoint will allow teacher to easily insert a quiz to a PowerPoint deck, adding to Forms’ integration with Excel, OneNote and Sway.
  • Administrator control: Administrators will have clear controls over sharing Microsoft Forms outside the organization. All.png

New administrator setting to manage external sharing of Microsoft Office Forms

We are pleased to introduce better administrator control over Microsoft Forms external and internal sharing. Administrators can now turn off or turn on the ability to send a form, share a form for collaboration, share a form as a template, or share form results with users outside of your organization.

To make changes to these settings in the Office 365 Admin center, go to Settings > Services & add-ins > Microsoft Forms. After a setting is turned off, only people in your organization will have access to that option, and only when they sign in.

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This feature is under rolling out to all Office365 commercial tenant users soon by February 2018.

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Office Setup To get started with your Microsoft Office Installation you must need valid product key code & visit www.officesetup-officesetup.com and we can also help you with your entire process to setup office product online. Call now +1-844-777-7886

Microsoft Office 365 Finance Pros Webinar: Spend Less Time Gathering and Validating Data

Our Office 365 Finance Pros webinar series is designed to give you tips, tricks & best practices which will help you be more successful in your day-to-day work.

Join us for our first episode and learn ways to speed up the tedious process of gathering, validating and transforming data so you can focus on meaningful work.

Date: January 24, 2018
Time: 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm PST

 *Note: All episodes will be made available on demand following initial launch. Live Q&A will only be available during the given session time.

Office 365 Finance Pros

Office 365 Finance Pros

About us:

Office Setup To get started with your Microsoft Office Installation you must need valid product key code & visit www.officesetup-officesetup.com and we can also help you with your entire process to setup office product online. Call now +1-844-777-7886