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Viewing retention policies
Figure 9-33 Results of the Windows PowerShell Search-AdminAuditLog command.
3. Search results might provide more data and the window might scroll beyond the
current view. There is an option to redirect the output of any command to a text
file. To redirect, or pipe, the output of command, modify the command by adding a
> followed by the path and filename of the text file in which you want to store the
output. For example, to redirect the output of the command in Step 2, enter the
following command:
Search-AdminAuditLog -Cmdlets New-DistributionGroup > D:\Temp\AdminLog.TXT
Viewing retention policies
Most enterprises have compliance and regulatory requirements that require information to
be deleted in a timely fashion. Exchange Online Messaging Records Management (MRM) is
part of a larger compliance capability feature that helps ensure the timely removal of data.
Compliance, MRM, Data Leakage Prevention, and In-Place Hold are discussed in greater
detail in Chapter 11, “Incorporating Exchange Online in the Enterprise.”
In this exercise, you will use Windows PowerShell to view retention policies by following
these steps:
1. Start the ISE and establish a PSSession if you do not already have one.
2. At the command prompt, type the following command and press Enter:
Get-RetentionPolicy
3. The output from Get-RetentionPolicy should look similar to what is shown in Figure
9-34.
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