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M365 Changelog: Exchange Transport Rule Report moving to the new Exchange Admin Center (EAC) from the Security and Compliance Center

Petri Staff

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MC316157 – Updated April 22, 2022: Microsoft has updated the timing for GCC-High to reflect that they won’t proceeding with this change at this time. The company will communicate to GCC-High organizations via Message center when it’s ready to proceed.

Microsoft will be retiring the Exchange Transport Rule (ETR) report from the Security and Compliance Center (SCC).

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  • The report will no longer be available in the security reporting dashboard, beginning early March 2022.

Instead, Microsoft recommends the utilization of the replacement for this report, found in the new (MC252053 – July, 2021) modern Exchange Admin Center (EAC), which is where they will continue to invest their development resources.

Note: The report will no longer be available in the respective enviroments below starting the end of March 2022 in the security reporting dashboard. The replacement for this report, in the new modern Exchange Admin Center (EAC), is rolling out to WW regions beginning in early January and expect to complete by early February, along with the other mail flow reports and features.

Key points:

  • Timing: Retirement:
    • WW: Early March
    • GCC: mid-April
    • GCC-High: postponed
  • Action: Microsoft recommends you go to the new modern EAC to use the enhanced version of the Exchange Transport Rules report where they will continue to invest their development resources.

How this will affect your organization:

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You will not be able to use the Exchange Transport Rule report in the SCC after your respective environment’s report deprecation date. Microsoft’s recommendation is that you start transitioning to the new and enhanced report in EAC when it becomes available in your environment.

What you need to do to prepare:

Instead of using the SCC dashboard for these features, begin using the modern EAC now.

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