HENNGE Email DLP Disconnection Procedure (Microsoft 365)

Target

This article is intended for administrators who perform the initial setup and operational management of HENNGE Email DLP.

Purpose

This article explains the procedure for disconnecting HENNGE Email DLP.

Notes

1. The content of this article is based on product specifications as of October 2023 and may be subject to change without notice.

2. To perform these steps, you need a Microsoft 365 global administrator account.

Details

1. Rule Deactivation

1.1. Sign in to Microsoft 365.

 

1.2. In the left menu, go to [Admin Center] - [Exchange] - [Mail Flow] - [Rules]

and delete the "HENNGE Email DLP Rules" or "HDE One Misdelivery Prevention Rules."

* If the rule names are different, double-click to open the details and confirm that the connector in "Step 2. Connector Deactivation" matches the connector name to be deleted.

 

2. Connector Deactivation

2.1. Sign in to Microsoft 365.

 

2.2. In the left menu, go to [Admin Center] - [Exchange] - [Mail Flow] - [Connectors]

and delete the "HENNGE Email DLP" or "HDE One Misdelivery Prevention Connector."

* If the connector names are different, confirm that the hostname specified in the routing method is either mo.xxx.hdemail.jp or
gwsmtp.mo.hdems.com.

 

3. Enterprise Application Deactivation

3.1. Sign in to Microsoft 365.

 

3.2. In the left menu, go to [Admin Center] - [ID] - [Applications] - [Enterprise Applications].

From the list of applications on the right, select "HENNGE Email DLP."

 

3.3. In the left menu, select [Manage] - [Properties].

 

3.4. Click the [Delete] button at the top of the page and then select [Yes].

 

3.5. Return to the screen in Step 3.2. and select "HENNGE Email DLP Directory Sync."

* If you have not performed the Group Synchronization Settings from Microsoft 365 to HENNGE Email DLP, this application will not exist.

In that case, you do not need to perform the tasks in Steps 3.6. and 3.7.

 

3.6. In the left menu, select [Manage] - [Properties].

 

3.7. Click [Delete] at the top of the page and then select [Yes].

 

4. SPF Record Deactivation

4.1. Deactivate HENNGE One's SPF value from the SPF record.

Example:
Before Changes
v=spf1 include:spf.protection.outlook.com include:xxx.hdemail.jp ~all 
or
v=spf1 include:spf.protection.outlook.com include:spf.mta.hdems.com ~all 

After Changes
v=spf1 include:spf.protection.outlook.com ~all 

 

By following steps 1 to 4, the process is complete.
Please contact Customer Success Guide when the process is complete.

          
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