Configure information protection in Windows
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Learn how you can use Windows Defender ATP to expand the coverage of Windows Information Protection (WIP) to protect files based on their label, regardless of their origin.
- Endpoints need to be on Windows 10, version 1809 or later
- You'll need the appropriate license to leverage the Windows Defender ATP and Azure Information Protection integration
- Your tenant needs to be onboarded to Azure Information Protection analytics, for more information see, Configure a Log Analytics workspace for the reports
- Define a WIP policy and assign it to the relevant devices. For more information, see Protect your enterprise data using Windows Information Protection (WIP). If WIP is already configured on the relevant devices, skip this step.
Define which labels need to get WIP protection in Office 365 Security and Compliance.
- Go to: Classifications > Labels.
- Create a new label or edit an existing one.
In the configuration wizard, go to 'Data loss prevention' tab and enable WIP.
Repeat for every label that you want to get WIP applied to in Windows.
After completing these steps Windows Defender ATP will automatically identify labeled documents stored on the device and enable WIP on them.
- The Windows Defender ATP configuration is pulled every 15 minutes. Allow up to 30 minutes for the new policy to take effect and ensure that the endpoint is online. Otherwise, it will not receive the policy.
- Data forwarded to Azure Information Protection is stored in the same location as your other Azure Information Protection data.
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