Configure Microsoft 365 Teams GCC High for the Next Generation API Data Protection

Configure Microsoft 365 Teams GCC High for the Next Generation API Data Protection

To configure Microsoft 365 Teams GCC High for the Next Generation API Data Protection, follow the instructions below.

Prerequisites

Before configuring Microsoft 365 Teams GCC High for the Next Generation API Data Protection, review the prerequisite.

  • A global administrator account is required to grant access to Netskope. Post-grant, you can either delete or downgrade this account.

    The way permissions work in Azure/Office 365 is that Netskope requires an administrator to grant enough privileges for Netskope to perform specific actions. Note that the Netskope app does not receive global admin permissions. It only receives permissions for the scope Netskope requests.
  • You must turn on audit logging in Microsoft 365 admin center. To enable audit logging, follow the steps below:

    1. Log in to https://compliance.microsoft.com/.On the left navigation, click Audit.

      If auditing is not turned on for your organization, a banner is displayed prompting you to start recording user and admin activity.

      Enable Audit Logging In Microsoft 365 Admin Center
    2. Click the Start recording user and admin activity banner.

      It may take up to 60 minutes for the change to take effect. After enabling, the first application event contents can take up to 12 hours to show up in Skope IT.
  • If you have guest or external users in your SaaS environment belonging to domains considered internal, you must set the appropriate internal domains for Netskope to classify exposure accurately. To set up internal domains, follow this article.

Configure Netskope to Access your Microsoft 365 Teams GCC High Account

To authorize Netskope to access your Microsoft 365 Teams account, follow the steps below:

  1. Log in to the Netskope tenant UI and go to Settings > Configure App Access > Next Gen > CASB API.

  2. Under Apps, select MS Teams GCC High and click Setup CASB API Instance.

    The Setup Instance window opens.

  3. Under Office 365 Environment, select GCC High.

    GCC High is designed for U.S. federal, state, and local government customers.
  4. Under Administrator Email, enter the email address of the user who will receive an email notification when a policy violation or event triggers. This step is optional.

  5. Under Instance Name, enter a name of the SaaS app instance. This step is optional and if left blank, Netskope will determine the name of the app instance post grant.

  6. Click Grant Access.

    The Microsoft Login window opens.

  7. Enter the global administrator username and password.

  8. Keep Consent on behalf of your organization unchecked and Accept the permissions.

    Teams GCC High Permissions

    The Netskope CASB API app is installed in Azure AD with additional permissions once you grant access to the Microsoft 365 Teams GCC High app.

  9. After accepting the permissions, you will be redirected to the successful result page. Click Close.

Refresh your browser, and you should see a green check icon next to the instance name.

Post grant, you can either delete or downgrade the global administrator account. To know more: Delete or Downgrade the Global Administrator Account.

You can receive audit events and standard user behavior analytic alerts in Skope IT. To know more: Next Generation API Data Protection Skope IT Events.

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