You can access this tab by navigating to Policy > Mapping > Add Mapping. This tab enables you to add a new MIP tagging in the system. The user interface for the Add Mapping screen is depicted below:
Perform the following steps to add a mapping:
Provide the Mapping Name.
Select the mapping source: MIP or Custom
MIP: MIP stands for Microsoft Information Protection. To opt this option, you need to setup an account on the Microsoft Azure Portal and create various MIP labels there.
Custom: Select this option if you want to create custom categories (labels).
Select the Cluster Name, the cluster which you have configured with the Files IDP. This field will be available only when you will opt MIP as the Mapping Source.
Select the Category Name. This field will display various labels which you have created on the Azure portal, only if you have opted MIP as the Mapping Source. However, if you have opted Custom as the Mapping Source, then you need to specify the category name, manually.
Set the Priority. The lower the number, the higher the priority.
You can add a rule or ruleset (multiple or nested rules) by specifying the conditions using AND or operator under the Conditions panel.
Click Add to add the specified mapping values. Otherwise, click Reset.
The category along with its values will be listed in the below panel.
In this panel, you can view the details such as, category name, priority, and rule. To edit and delete the mapping details, click the pen and trash icon respectively under the Actions column.
Click Save to save the mapping in the system. Otherwise, click Cancel.
*Note: You can add multiple labels under the same mapping by following the above-mentioned steps.