Creating and Managing Security and Compliance Filters in the Real World [Part 2]

Picking up where I left off on part 1 of this post, I wanted go into what it would take to refine some roles for managing eDiscovery for larger organizations. In this scenario, we’re going to: Remove users from any existing eDiscovery roles or groups Create a security group to hold users that will perform…

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Creating and Managing Security and Compliance Filters in the Real World [Part 1]

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. Here is the scenario and requirements that we’re going to…

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Display or Export All User Mailbox Holds

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…

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Managing Content Searches in the Security & Compliance Center

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).  The answer: nothing. Well, almost nothing. In the context of how they work,…

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