Windows 10: How to look at Windows Information Protection logs?

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  1. How to look at Windows Information Protection logs?


    How can I look at Windows Information Protection logs?

    More specifically, how can I look at the history of what Windows 10 allowed/prohibited from accessing private data?


    My Windows 10 machine is enrolled with Intune and assigned to an Intune's app protection policy (MAM policy).

    <FYI> https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/intune/app-protection-policy


    In this policy, I want to allow a Python program (Jupyter Notebook) to access private data within Windows 10 local disk. To do so, I need to specifically tell Intune exact Jupyter Notebook program files that try to access private data.


    However, since I am not sure about specific Jupyter Notebook program files, I configured the Intune policy in "Silent" mode, which only records apps trying to access private data. When you look at this record/log, you'll get an idea what program files are trying to access private data.

    <FYI>https://docs.microsoft.com/ja-jp/intune/windows-information-protection-policy-create#add-a-protection-mode

    How can I look at Windows Information Protection logs?


    According to Intune support, Azure/Intune does not record app protection history. Instead, Windows 10 might record app protection events, since Windows Information Protection is actually working to achieve the policy goals.

    :)
     
    Controlling Strategy LLC, Jun 25, 2019
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    Hector Mad, Jun 25, 2019
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    Deepika Gowda, Jun 25, 2019
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