Microsoft 365 - Reporting on User Policy Compliance via Policy Groups (Departmental IT)

This document explains how departmental IT staff can request reports on policy compliance for all users that are members of the department's policy enforcement group. This report informs departmental IT staff so they may assist users to achieve policy compliance.

HIPAA: If you believe you or your university work may be influenced by HIPAA and you have questions about the use of policy groups within your organization, please contact your HIPAA Security Coordinator.

If you do not work within the guidelines of HIPAA and you are interested in using policy groups within your organization, please contact the DoIT Help Desk for more information.

Requesting a Compliance Report

Once you've taken the steps to create and populate policy groups for your organization, you'll be able to take the steps below to run compliance reports:

  1. Log on to the Wisc Account Administration site.
  2. Click Tools.
  3. Click Requests to expand its menu, and then click on Request O365 Compliance Report.
  4. From the dropdown, select the group on which you'd like the compliance report run and click Submit Request.

You will receive an email with your compliance report attached after some time. Note: only users who are non-compliant will appear in the report; fully compliant users do not appear in the report. Additionally, the more users you have in your policy groups, the longer it will take for the report to be generated and emailed to you (a good rough estimate is about 5 seconds per user).

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Keywords:report end-user policies manifest o365 m365 microsoft 365 microsoft request   Doc ID:72336
Owner:O365 S.Group:Microsoft 365
Created:2017-04-05 11:59 CDTUpdated:2023-02-02 09:22 CDT
Sites:DoIT Help Desk, DoIT Tech Store, Microsoft 365
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