I can use AIP/MIP Labels to protect documents. But when I send the protected file to others, how Can I revoke the access right with "SDK" or "API" ?
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I saw this in the release notes from MIP SDK 1.6.103:New support for registration and revocation for doc tracking.
ref - https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/information-protection/develop/version-release-history
But I cannot find how exactly I'm supposed to use it.
@75671928 Unfortunately, document revocation is currently not possible using SDks/API. As per the existing Uservoice, this feature is currently under review by products team.
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@MarileeTurscak I saw this in the release notes from MIP SDK 1.6.103:New support for registration and revocation for doc tracking.
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