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MC546441 – (Updated) Licensing Check implementation for Teams DLP (archived)

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check before: 2023-05-10

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Defender, Microsoft 365 Defender, Microsoft 365 suite, Purview Communication Compliance, Purview Data Loss Prevention, Teams

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Updated May 9, 2023: We have updated the content below for clarity. Thank you for your feedback.
Microsoft Purview Data Loss Prevention (DLP) for Teams helps organizations prevent sensitive data from being shared via Microsoft Teams channel or chat session. To prevent users from sharing sensitive information on Teams, customers need to assign Microsoft 365 E5/A5/G5/F5 licenses to their users as Teams DLP is made available through Microsoft 365 E5/A5/G5/F5 licenses. You can find a list of licenses that include Teams DLP capability here.
Please note – this is not a new change and Teams DLP has been a part of the Microsoft 365 E5/A5/G5/F5 licenses since it was launched.
Currently organizations with Microsoft 365 E3/G3/A3/F3 licenses assigned to their users are able to create Teams DLP policies, however starting June 30, 2023, organizations will require Microsoft 365 E5/A5/G5/F5 (or equivalent) licenses to use Teams DLP.
[When this will happen:]
June 30, 2023

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Created:
2023-04-26

updated:
2023-07-15

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2023-07-15MC preparehttps://learn.microsoft.com/en-us/microsoft-365/compliance/dlp-microsoft-teams?view=o365-worldwide
https://learn.microsoft.com/en-us/office365/servicedescriptions/microsoft-365-service-descriptions/microsoft-365-tenantlevel-services-licensing-guidance/microsoft-365-security-compliance-licensing-guidance#microsoft-purview-data-loss-prevention-data-loss-prevention-dlp-for-teams
e recommend you assign the users within the scope of the Teams DLP policies appropriate Microsoft 365 E5/G5/A5/F5 licenses to continue to benefit from Teams DLP.
See which licenses include Teams DLP here.
Learn more about Teams DLP here.
https://learn.microsoft.com/en-us/microsoft-365/compliance/dlp-microsoft-teams?view=o365-worldwide
https://learn.microsoft.com/en-us/office365/servicedescriptions/microsoft-365-service-descriptions/microsoft-365-tenantlevel-services-licensing-guidance/microsoft-365-security-compliance-licensing-guidance#microsoft-purview-data-loss-prevention-data-loss-prevention-dlp-for-teams
2023-07-15MC How AffectYou are receiving this message as a reminder to ensure your users who are currently covered with Teams DLP policies have the required Microsoft 365 E5/G5/A5/F5 licenses before June 30 2023. If you already have the mentioned E5 licenses, this message is not relevant to you, and we request you kindly ignore this message.
If your users within the scope of your Teams DLP policies are assigned Microsoft 365 E3/G3/F3/A3 licenses, post June 30, 2023, your existing Teams DLP policies covering these users will become dormant and will not process any Teams messages for data loss prevention. You will not be able to create new Teams DLP policies or make changes to your existing Teams-only DLP policies that cover these users, and these users will not be block/audited while sharing sensitive information over Teams. The existing alerts while the policy was active will continue to be available for triage and remediation but no new alerts will be generated for these users.
If you have a DLP policy that covers multiple locations and one of the locations is Teams, that policy will continue to be active for all other locations except Teams. You will be able to edit such policies and remove Teams as a location in the policy configuration experience.
Please note that your Teams only DLP policies will not be deleted and will continue to be visible in the Microsoft Purview compliance portal for future use in the event that you are able to assign the required licenses to your users.
We recommend you assign the users within the scope of the Teams DLP policies appropriate Microsoft 365 E5/G5/A5/F5 licenses to continue to benefit from Teams DLP.
See which licenses include Teams DLP here.
Learn more about Teams DLP here.
2023-05-10MC MessagesUpdated May 5, 2023: We have updated the content below for clarity. Thank you for your feedback.
Microsoft Purview Data Loss Prevention (DLP) for Teams helps organizations prevent sensitive data from being shared via Microsoft Teams channel or chat session. To prevent users from sharing sensitive information on Teams, customers need to assign Microsoft 365 E5/A5/G5/F5 licenses to their users as Teams DLP is made available through Microsoft 365 E5/A5/G5/F5 licenses. You can find a list of licenses that include Teams DLP capability here.
Please note – this is not a new change and Teams DLP has been a part of the Microsoft 365 E5/A5/G5/F5 licenses since it was launched.
Currently organizations with Microsoft 365 E3/G3/A3/F3 licenses assigned to their users are able to create Teams DLP policies, however starting June 30, 2023, organizations will require Microsoft 365 E5/A5/G5/F5 (or equivalent) licenses to use Teams DLP.
[When this will happen:]
June 30, 2023
Updated May 9, 2023: We have updated the content below for clarity. Thank you for your feedback.
Microsoft Purview Data Loss Prevention (DLP) for Teams helps organizations prevent sensitive data from being shared via Microsoft Teams channel or chat session. To prevent users from sharing sensitive information on Teams, customers need to assign Microsoft 365 E5/A5/G5/F5 licenses to their users as Teams DLP is made available through Microsoft 365 E5/A5/G5/F5 licenses. You can find a list of licenses that include Teams DLP capability here.
Please note – this is not a new change and Teams DLP has been a part of the Microsoft 365 E5/A5/G5/F5 licenses since it was launched.
Currently organizations with Microsoft 365 E3/G3/A3/F3 licenses assigned to their users are able to create Teams DLP policies, however starting June 30, 2023, organizations will require Microsoft 365 E5/A5/G5/F5 (or equivalent) licenses to use Teams DLP.
[When this will happen:]
June 30, 2023
2023-05-10MC How AffectYou are receiving this message as a reminder to ensure your users who are currently covered with Teams DLP policies have the required Microsoft 365 E5/G5/A5/F5 licenses before June 30 2023. If you already have the mentioned E5 licenses, this message is not relevant to you, and we request you kindly ignore this message.
If your users within the scope of your Teams DLP policies are assigned Microsoft 365 E3/G3/F3/A3 licenses, post June 30, 2023, your existing Teams DLP policies covering these users will become dormant and will not process any Teams messages for data loss prevention. You will not be able to create new Teams DLP policies or make changes to your existing Teams-only DLP policies that cover these users, and these users will not be block/audited while sharing sensitive information over Teams. The existing alerts while the policy was active will continue to be available for triage and remediation but no new alerts will be generated for these users.
If you have a DLP policy that covers multiple locations and one of the locations is Teams, that policy will continue to be active for all other locations except Teams. You will be able to edit such policies and remove Teams as a location in the policy configuration experience.
Please note that your Teams only DLP policies will not be deleted and will continue to be visible in the Microsoft Purview compliance portal for future use in the event that you are able to assign the required licenses to your users.
We recommend you assign the users within the scope of the Teams DLP policies appropriate Microsoft 365 E5/G5/A5/F5 licenses to continue to benefit from Teams DLP.
See which licenses include Teams DLP here.
Learn more about Teams DLP here.
You are receiving this message as a reminder to ensure your users who are currently covered with Teams DLP policies have the required Microsoft 365 E5/G5/A5/F5 licenses before June 30 2023. If you already have the mentioned E5 licenses, this message is not relevant to you, and we request you kindly ignore this message.
If your users within the scope of your Teams DLP policies are assigned Microsoft 365 E3/G3/F3/A3 licenses, post June 30, 2023, your existing Teams DLP policies covering these users will become dormant and will not process any Teams messages for data loss prevention. You will not be able to create new Teams DLP policies or make changes to your existing Teams-only DLP policies that cover these users, and these users will not be block/audited while sharing sensitive information over Teams. The existing alerts while the policy was active will continue to be available for triage and remediation but no new alerts will be generated for these users.
If you have a DLP policy that covers multiple locations and one of the locations is Teams, that policy will continue to be active for all other locations except Teams. You will be able to edit such policies and remove Teams as a location in the policy configuration experience.
Please note that your Teams only DLP policies will not be deleted and will continue to be visible in the Microsoft Purview compliance portal for future use in the event that you are able to assign the required licenses to your users.
We recommend you assign the users within the scope of the Teams DLP policies appropriate Microsoft 365 E5/G5/A5/F5 licenses to continue to benefit from Teams DLP.
See which licenses include Teams DLP here.
Learn more about Teams DLP here.
2023-05-10MC Last Updated05/05/2023 19:58:412023-05-09T21:48:01Z
2023-05-06MC preparehttps://learn.microsoft.com/microsoft-365/compliance/dlp-microsoft-teams?view=o365-worldwide#scope-of-dlp-protection
ttps://learn.microsoft.com/en-us/microsoft-365/compliance/dlp-microsoft-teams?view=o365-worldwide#scope-of-dlp-protection
https://learn.microsoft.com/en-us/microsoft-365/compliance/dlp-microsoft-teams?view=o365-worldwide
https://learn.microsoft.com/en-us/office365/servicedescriptions/microsoft-365-service-descriptions/microsoft-365-tenantlevel-services-licensing-guidance/microsoft-365-security-compliance-licensing-guidance#microsoft-purview-data-loss-prevention-data-loss-prevention-dlp-for-teams
2023-05-06MC MessageTagNamesAdmin impactUpdated message, Admin impact
2023-05-06MC Last Updated05/02/2023 22:02:242023-05-05T19:58:41Z
2023-05-06MC MessagesUpdated May 2, 2023: We have updated the content below for clarity. Thank you for your feedback.
Final reminder for License enforcement for Teams DLP
Starting May 30, 2023, Teams DLP will only be available for tenants with E5 licenses for Microsoft Security and Compliance (E5/A5/G5/F5). For the license information, please see “DLP Licensing for Microsoft Teams” in Data loss prevention and Microsoft Teams (Data Loss Prevention on Microsoft Teams)
Note: If you have E5 licenses, kindly ignore this message.
[When this will happen:]
May 30, 2023
Updated May 5, 2023: We have updated the content below for clarity. Thank you for your feedback.
Microsoft Purview Data Loss Prevention (DLP) for Teams helps organizations prevent sensitive data from being shared via Microsoft Teams channel or chat session. To prevent users from sharing sensitive information on Teams, customers need to assign Microsoft 365 E5/A5/G5/F5 licenses to their users as Teams DLP is made available through Microsoft 365 E5/A5/G5/F5 licenses. You can find a list of licenses that include Teams DLP capability here.
Please note – this is not a new change and Teams DLP has been a part of the Microsoft 365 E5/A5/G5/F5 licenses since it was launched.
Currently organizations with Microsoft 365 E3/G3/A3/F3 licenses assigned to their users are able to create Teams DLP policies, however starting June 30, 2023, organizations will require Microsoft 365 E5/A5/G5/F5 (or equivalent) licenses to use Teams DLP.
[When this will happen:]
June 30, 2023
2023-05-06MC How AffectYou are receiving this message as a cautionary alert for upgrading to E5 licenses for your users for continuing the usage of Teams DLP capability in case you don’t have them.

After May 30, 2023, if you don’t have the required E5 licenses, existing Teams DLP policies will become dormant and not process any Teams messages for data loss prevention.

Do note, the policies will not be deleted and will be visible in the compliance portal for future usage in case the licenses are procured.
Please click Additional Information to learn more.
Data Loss Prevention on Microsoft Teams
You are receiving this message as a reminder to ensure your users who are currently covered with Teams DLP policies have the required Microsoft 365 E5/G5/A5/F5 licenses before June 30 2023. If you already have the mentioned E5 licenses, this message is not relevant to you, and we request you kindly ignore this message.
If your users within the scope of your Teams DLP policies are assigned Microsoft 365 E3/G3/F3/A3 licenses, post June 30, 2023, your existing Teams DLP policies covering these users will become dormant and will not process any Teams messages for data loss prevention. You will not be able to create new Teams DLP policies or make changes to your existing Teams-only DLP policies that cover these users, and these users will not be block/audited while sharing sensitive information over Teams. The existing alerts while the policy was active will continue to be available for triage and remediation but no new alerts will be generated for these users.
If you have a DLP policy that covers multiple locations and one of the locations is Teams, that policy will continue to be active for all other locations except Teams. You will be able to edit such policies and remove Teams as a location in the policy configuration experience.
Please note that your Teams only DLP policies will not be deleted and will continue to be visible in the Microsoft Purview compliance portal for future use in the event that you are able to assign the required licenses to your users.
We recommend you assign the users within the scope of the Teams DLP policies appropriate Microsoft 365 E5/G5/A5/F5 licenses to continue to benefit from Teams DLP.
See which licenses include Teams DLP here.
Learn more about Teams DLP here.
2023-05-06MC End Time06/30/2023 09:00:002023-07-31T09:00:00Z
2023-05-03MC MessagesUpdated April 26, 2023: We have updated the content below for clarity. Thank you for your feedback.
Final reminder for License enforcement for Teams DLP
Starting May 30, 2023, Teams DLP will only be available for tenants with Premium licenses for Microsoft Security and Compliance (E5/A5/G5/F5). For the license information, please see “DLP Licensing for Microsoft Teams” in Data loss prevention and Microsoft Teams (Data Loss Prevention on Microsoft Teams)
Note: If you have premium licenses, kindly ignore this message.
[When this will happen:]
May 30, 2023
Updated May 2, 2023: We have updated the content below for clarity. Thank you for your feedback.
Final reminder for License enforcement for Teams DLP
Starting May 30, 2023, Teams DLP will only be available for tenants with E5 licenses for Microsoft Security and Compliance (E5/A5/G5/F5). For the license information, please see “DLP Licensing for Microsoft Teams” in Data loss prevention and Microsoft Teams (Data Loss Prevention on Microsoft Teams)
Note: If you have E5 licenses, kindly ignore this message.
[When this will happen:]
May 30, 2023
2023-05-03MC How AffectYou are receiving this message as a cautionary alert for upgrading to premium licenses for your users for continuing the usage of Teams DLP capability in case you don’t have them.

After May 30, 2023, if you don’t have the required premium licenses, existing Teams DLP policies will become dormant and not process any Teams messages for data loss prevention.

Do note, the policies will not be deleted and will be visible in the compliance portal for future usage in case the licenses are procured.
Please click Additional Information to learn more.
Data Loss Prevention on Microsoft Teams
You are receiving this message as a cautionary alert for upgrading to E5 licenses for your users for continuing the usage of Teams DLP capability in case you don’t have them.

After May 30, 2023, if you don’t have the required E5 licenses, existing Teams DLP policies will become dormant and not process any Teams messages for data loss prevention.

Do note, the policies will not be deleted and will be visible in the compliance portal for future usage in case the licenses are procured.
Please click Additional Information to learn more.
Data Loss Prevention on Microsoft Teams
2023-05-03MC Last Updated04/26/2023 18:34:452023-05-02T22:02:24Z
2023-04-27MC MessagesFinal reminder for License enforcement for Teams DLP
Starting May 30, 2023, Teams DLP will only be available for tenants with Premium licenses for Microsoft Security and Compliance. For the license information, please see “DLP Licensing for Microsoft Teams” in Data loss prevention and Microsoft Teams (Data Loss Prevention on Microsoft Teams)
Note: If you have premium licenses, kindly ignore this message.
[When this will happen:]
May 30, 2023
Updated April 26, 2023: We have updated the content below for clarity. Thank you for your feedback.
Final reminder for License enforcement for Teams DLP
Starting May 30, 2023, Teams DLP will only be available for tenants with Premium licenses for Microsoft Security and Compliance (E5/A5/G5/F5). For the license information, please see “DLP Licensing for Microsoft Teams” in Data loss prevention and Microsoft Teams (Data Loss Prevention on Microsoft Teams)
Note: If you have premium licenses, kindly ignore this message.
[When this will happen:]
May 30, 2023
2023-04-27MC TitleLicensing Check implementation for Teams DLP(Updated) Licensing Check implementation for Teams DLP
2023-04-27MC Last Updated04/26/2023 00:57:092023-04-26T18:34:45Z

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