The Exchange Server source configuration screen allows you to enable the crawling and classification of multiple Exchange mailboxes from the same Exchange server.
IMPORTANT! Automatic detection, crawling and classification of multiple Exchange mailboxes from the same Exchange server (and, respectively, Exchange Server content source configuration) is only supported for Exchange Server 2013 or later due to limitations in the Microsoft APIs. For earlier versions, consider using Exchange Mailbox content source.
You can use Match Rules to include and exclude the certain mailboxes.
To configure an Exchange Server source:
- In Netwrix Data Classification management console, open the Sources view and click Add.
- Select Exchange source type and in the properties window specify the necessary settings.
- Remember to click the "wrench" icon next to Settings in the bottom-left corner to display all settings.
If you plan to use this authentication type, specify the following:
Select Modern (Exchange Online)
|Admin Username||Specify the administrative account for the required Exchange Online organization.|
|Tenant ID||Enter the Tenant ID you obtained at Step 5: Obtain Tenant ID.|
|Certificate thumbprint||Enter the certificate thumbprint you prepared at Step 4: Configure Certificates & secrets.|
|Application ID||Enter the app ID you got at application registration at Step 2: Create and Register a new app in Azure AD (it can be found in the Azure AD app properties >Overview).|
If you plan to use this authentication type, you will need to specify the following:
Email Address / Password
Administrator account that has been assigned the right of Impersonation as well as the Discovery Management role.
See Configure Microsoft Exchange for Crawling and Classification for details on the rights assignment.
Other configuration settings
The following settings are also required in both cases:
Having specified all the necessary settings, click the Save button.