This is a brief guide on configuring the Data Loss Prevention (DLP) policy for Power Automate for Desktop. An organization's data is critical to its success. To protect this data, Power Automate allows administrators to create and enforce policies that define how connectors can access and share it. These are known as data loss prevention (DLP) policies.
If a DLP policy is blocking your flows from running, contact your administrator.
As technology advances, data protection becomes more crucial. The DLP policy is a powerful tool provided by Power Automate for Desktop to help an organization safeguard its data. By clearly categorizing desktop flow modules and actions, and focusing on Managed Environments, the policy offers a structured and secure method for data handling. Regular updates and the emphasis on administrator control further enhance the efficacy and reliability of the DLP policy.
Power Automate for Desktop Data Loss Prevention Policy is a feature that enables administrators to control how data is shared within an organization. This policy helps protect an organization's data by defining which connectors can access and share it. With Power Automate, users can create and enforce policies that classify desktop flow modules and individual module actions as Business, Non-business, or Blocked. This categorization prevents makers from combining modules and actions from different categories into a desktop flow or between a cloud flow and the desktop flows it uses.
Enforcement of DLP policies is only available for Managed Environments, and is available for versions of Power Automate for Desktop 126.96.36.19994 or later. Administrators can create DLP policies to help prevent data loss, and can turn on the Show desktop flow actions in DLP option to view desktop flow action groups.
To test the new DLP policy, users can block clipboard action and then remove the DLP policy and test again. It is important to note that data loss prevention for desktop flows is not available in all cases. Users should consult the Key Items in the Documentation section of the article for more information.
In conclusion, Power Automate for Desktop Data Loss Prevention Policy is a feature that enables users to control and protect their data by defining which connectors can access and share it, as well as categorizing desktop flow modules and individual module actions as Business, Non-business, or Blocked.
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