Co-authored by @DIPIKA AGGARWAL
In Part-1 of this blog series Secure Enterprise Data through IBM MaaS360 Windows Information Protection, we explored how Windows Information Protection(WIP) through IBM MaaS360 can help protect corporate data from inadvertent use and also how it eases the use of BYOD devices for office work, all while securing corporate data and maintaining the privacy of personal data. In this article, we will explore advanced options under Windows Information Protection policy settings in the IBM MaaS360 portal, showing how the IT Admin can leverage the data protection at the Enterprise Network level.
- Enterprise Primary Domain
This setting specifies the network domain names that your organization uses for its user identities. The data in motion from this domain will always be encrypted with the help of the Windows-provided Encrypting File System (EFS). If you want to pick the domain from enrolment information, use %domain% as described in the hint text.
To stop Windows from automatically blocking these connections you can use /*AppCompat*/ string to the cloud resources settings.
How do I check which applications are running in an enterprise context?
In order to check which applications are running in an enterprise context/ are managed and which are running as personal applications/ are not managed, please go to:
Task Manager > Details > Right Click on any of the column header(E.g. Name, PID etc) > Select Columns > Search for Enterprise context > Click Ok.
It will provide the details as shown in the screenshot: