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Requiring all documents to be tagged with content sensitivity

  Date: Feb 20    Category: Sharepoint 2010    Views: 719

Sharepoint 2007

I was asked to configure Sharepoint so that any document uploaded to Sharepoint,
Word, Excel, text, etc would be required to be tagged as Public, Confidential,
etc.

I know i can do this by modifying the document content type, but how do I also
add this tag to the default view across the board? Lastly, they wanted each
library to have a little verbiage about why this is required. We have about 800
site now so i need to this for all of the existing libraries as well as new
ones.

Does anyone know how to do this this? Is this eaiser accomplished in 2010?

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4 Answers Found

 
Answer #1    Answered On: Feb 20    

Seems like you should be able to modify the document content type to apply those
2 things to all doc libs in the site collection. I would have to experiment with
it to be sure though.

 
Answer #2    Answered On: Feb 20    

If so please let me know how. I didn't see the ability to add it to the default
view or have it display a comment in a document library that was created from
the modified document content type.

 
Answer #3    Answered On: Feb 20    

You can define information management policies (Labels & Policy text) at
the document library level or the site collection level, see screenshots
below):

 
Answer #4    Answered On: Feb 20    


That label will be perfect for adding a description about why they need to
specify the sensitivity of the document, thanks for the response. I think
the only thing i am still wondering is how to make sure the new column
(drop down of Private, Public, etc) is added to every new and existing
document library??