Azure RMS/AIP Integration
Allow integration with Azure RMS/AIP via Teams. Ideally, users could enable this per Team (as they see fit) and it would encrypt and protect the files, chats, etc. inside of that Team (which would enable the IRM feature in SharePoint, OneDrive, etc. behind the scenes and enforce RMS upon download of the files).
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Pistle Jumbo commented
Azure Information Protection (AIP) is a cloud-based solution that enables organizations to classify and protect documents and emails by applying labels. Labels can be applied: Automatically by administrators using rules and conditions. Manually by users.
Rights Management Services (RMS) is an encryption technology that can be used to protect individual files and emails. It allows staff to protect documents by applying access permissions and expiry dates. It is designed to work in conjunction with other security measures, such as O drive permissions.
Our company use IRM but Teams can not support it. We need to download IRM file and open it by Office Application.
Please add preview support in Teams for IRM protected files.
Any update on this?
how to enable AIP for teams?
Miguel Ângelo Saragoça Soares commented
This is crucial to our business. We want to start mass deployment Teams in our enviroment but without AIP support we can't do it.
Dennis Bensch commented
Any news about this topic? MS Teams and AIP (or MIP) are on the top of the MS marketing and of course, two powerful cloud services. I think, MS Teams with native AIP integration would be even more worth based on these security tools.
Is there any news on AIP integration? We're currently trying to push AIP and Teams but any document with protection labels applied can't even be viewed, making AIP roll-out impossible.
Given this is the most requested feature in the security category, I would have thought it would be taken more seriously by Microsoft.
Charles Charlton commented
The classification label of the Team (group) should also be able to match AIP labels. It makes more sense to classify a team with an AIP label than a generic text label with no meaning.
Jeffrey Kalfut commented
I tried this morning based on Jo's comments, still seems pretty broken for me. Can't view protected files within the Teams client, can't create new documents within the Teams client, etc. Viewing RMS protected content works if you pop out to SPO, but less than ideal and not very integrated. Mobile experience is also pretty broken.
I noticed that this is suddenly working today.
Did you guys officially deploy this feature?
Sharon Huang commented
can we enable Information Right Management Feature in SharePoint online site which created by MS teams? who has the experience with this?
we protect documents from SharePoint site but users might leak from MS teams....