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How to configure DLP Manuall Classification options

Hi everyone,

I am trying to set up DLP Manual Classification but i am having difficulty adding the different classification options. Ideally, i would like the end-user to have 2-3-4 classification options when he is prompted to classify the file manually. So i far with my configuration i am getting the pop-up window asking me to classify the file i am trying to save, but the options filed is blank.

Can anyone point me in the right direction where this is configured?

regards,

Desislav

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Re: How to configure DLP Manuall Classification options

Hi Desislav,

Thank you for choosing McAfee Support Community

McAfee Data Loss Prevention 11.3.x Product Guide:  https://docs.mcafee.com/bundle/data-loss-prevention-11.3.x-product-guide/page/GUID-5D78EF04-F311-4A...

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Re: How to configure DLP Manuall Classification options

Hi, avinashraghu,

Thank you for the reply, but this does not answer my question at all.

I am getting the pop-up window when I attempt to save an MS Office file, but I do not get the "Confidential,Secret,Top Secret" options showed on the example in the article.

I am attaching a screenshot of my screen.

 

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Re: How to configure DLP Manuall Classification options

Hi Desislav,

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Have you created any content fingerprinting or content classification? If not, you have the option of allowing content classifications, content fingerprints, or both to be applied manually.

 

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Re: How to configure DLP Manuall Classification options

Where do you create content fingerprinting and content classification? Please provide me with exact steps to do that and how to apply them to the Manual classification.

I am attaching screenshots of what we have configured.

 

Regards,

Desislav

 

Re: How to configure DLP Manuall Classification options

Can anyone troubleshoot this case?
I have the same issue 😞
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Re: How to configure DLP Manuall Classification options

Hi @DucDinh ,

Please find the below steps on how to use the DLP Manual classifications,

https://community.mcafee.com/t5/Enterprise-Documents/How-to-use-Manual-Classification-in-DLP-Endpoin...

 

Thank you

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Jithendran S
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