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Exchange Online administration user interface
Exchange admin center
The EAC is the successor to the ECP in the latest release of Office 365 and, like the ECP, it is
a browser-based interface that organizes administrative functions into groups, as shown in
Figure 12-43 The EAC.
The main difference between the ECP and the EAC is the introduction of several new capabilities
in Exchange Online 2013 and the respective administration functions that are exposed in the
EAC. One of the new capabilities is Data Leakage Prevention (DLP) that is located on the
Compliance Management page, as shown in Figure 12-44.
DLP is a premium feature that requires an Exchange Online Plan 2 subscription. Exchange
2013 implemented on-premises requires an Exchange Enterprise client access license
(CAL). In a hybrid Exchange implementation, Exchange Online Plan 2 users are covered
for all premium features implemented on-premises, including DLP, and will not require a
separate Exchange 2013 Enterprise CAL.