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Enable Cloud Malware Protection for Office365

Prerequisites

  • Chrome or Firefox (recommended) with pop-up blockers and ad blockers disabled (only for the duration of authorization)
  • The user performing the installation must be an O365 Global Admin with an active license.
  • Audit Log Search must be enabled/
  • SharePoint Online and OneDrive must be enabled.
  • The following IP ranges must be allowed if there are Firewall rules that prevent third-party applications:
    • 52.73.52.135 - 52.73.52.135
    • 52.71.142.118 - 52.71.142.118
    • 52.40.204.69 - 52.40.204.69
    • 52.35.119.173 - 52.35.119.173
    • 52.27.150.153 - 52.27.150.153

Authorize an Instance

  1. Navigate to Admin > Authentication.
  2. Under Platforms, click Office365.
  1. Click Authorize New Instance to add an Office365 instance to your Umbrella environment.
  2. In the dialog box that appears, check the checkboxes to verify you meet the prerequisites, then click Next.
  1. Provide a name for your instance, then click Next.
  1. Click Next to be redirected to the Office365 login page.
  1. Log in to Office365 with admin credentials to grant access.

You are redirected to the Umbrella Dashboard and a message appears showing the integration was successful.

  1. Click Done to complete.

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Enable Cloud Malware Protection for Office365


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