Diving deeper into the Security & Compliance Center, I decided to embark on trying to scope eDiscovery permissions to meet a certain set of requirements that we see when multiple business units want or need to maintain independence from a content search and discovery perspective.… [ Continue reading ]
UPDATE: This tool has been updated to include implicit policies created in the Security and Compliance Center.
Last week, I was asked by a few people for information on displaying holds applied to mailboxes.
Holds come in several varieties:
- In-Place Holds created via the Exchange Admin Center or eDiscovery case
- Retention Policies (either as Retention or Label policies)
- Litigation Hold set as a mailbox property
- Legacy Exchange MRM policies
When viewed programmatically from PowerShell, you’ll notice that In-Place Holds and Retention Policies are somewhat inverse relationships like the legacy MRM policies–that is, the various policies in the Security & Compliance Center don’t have lists of objects applied to them. … [ Continue reading ]
Recently, a customer asked for clarification on the difference between Content Search (Security & Compliance center | Search & investigation | Content search) and the Content Search feature in an eDiscovery case (Security & Compliance center | Search & investigation | eDiscovery). … [ Continue reading ]