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In the search box on the taskbar, type Manage BitLocker and then select it from the list of results. Or, select Start > Settings > Privacy & security > Device encryption > BitLocker drive encryption.Note: You'll only see this option if BitLocker is available for your device. It isn't available on Windows 11 Home edition.
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In the search box on the taskbar, type Manage BitLocker and then select it from the list of results. Or, select the Start button, and then under Windows System, select Control Panel. In Control Panel, select System and Security, and then under BitLocker Drive Encryption, select Manage BitLocker.Note: You'll only see this option if BitLocker is available for your device. It isn't available on Windows 10 Home edition.
Amazon Athena automatically stores query results and metadata information for each query that runs in a query result location that you can specify in Amazon S3. If necessary, you can access the files in this location to work with them. You can also download query result files directly from the Athena console.
IAM principals with permission to the Amazon S3 GetObject action for the query result location are able to retrieve query results from Amazon S3 even if permission to the Athena GetQueryResults action is denied.
(Optional) Choose View lifecycle configuration to view and configure the Amazon S3 lifecycle rules on your query results bucket. The Amazon S3 lifecycle rules that you create can be either expiration rules or transition rules. Expiration rules automatically delete query results after a certain amount of time. Transition rules move them to another Amazon S3 storage tier. For more information, see Setting lifecycle configuration on a bucket in the Amazon Simple Storage Service User Guide.
The expected bucket owner setting applies only to the Amazon S3 output location that you specify for Athena query results. It does not apply to other Amazon S3 locations like data source locations in external Amazon S3 buckets, CTAS and INSERT INTO destination table locations, UNLOAD statement output locations, operations to spill buckets for federated queries, or SELECT queries run against a table in another account.
(Optional) Choose Assign bucket owner full control over query results to grant full control access over query results to the bucket owner when ACLs are enabled for the query result bucket. For example, if your query result location is owned by another account, you can grant ownership and full control over your query results to the other account. For more information, see Controlling ownership of objects and disabling ACLs for your bucket in the Amazon S3 User Guide.
Previously in Athena, if you ran a query without specifying a value for Query result location, and the query result location setting was not overridden by a workgroup, Athena created a default location for you. The default location was aws-athena-query-results-MyAcctID-MyRegion, where MyAcctID was the Amazon Web Services account ID of the IAM principal that ran the query, and MyRegion was the region where the query ran (for example, us-west-1.)
Now, before you can run an Athena query in a region in which your account hasn't used Athena previously, you must specify a query result location, or use a workgroup that overrides the query result location setting. While Athena no longer creates a default query results location for you, previously created default aws-athena-query-results-MyAcctID-MyRegion locations remain valid and you can continue to use them.
(Optional) Choose Assign bucket owner full control over query results to grant full control access over query results to the bucket owner when ACLs are enabled for the query result bucket. For example, if your query result location is owned by another account, you can grant ownership and full control over your query results to the other account.
If the bucket's S3 Object Ownership setting is Bucket owner preferred, the bucket owner also owns all query result objects written from this workgroup. For example, if an external account's workgroup enables this option and sets its query result location to your account's Amazon S3 bucket which has an S3 Object Ownership setting of Bucket owner preferred, you own and have full control access over the external workgroup's query results.
Athena query result files are data files that contain information that can be configured by individual users. Some programs that read and analyze this data can potentially interpret some of the data as commands (CSV injection). For this reason, when you import query results CSV data to a spreadsheet program, that program might warn you about security concerns. To keep your system secure, you should always choose to disable links or macros from downloaded query results.
You cannot use the Download results option to retrieve query results that have been deleted manually, or retrieve query results that have been deleted or moved to another location by Amazon S3 lifecycle rules.
You can use the Recent queries tab of the Athena console to export one or more recent queries to a CSV file in order to view them in tabular format. The downloaded file contains not the query results, but the SQL query string itself and other information about the query. Exported fields include the execution ID, query string contents, query start time, status, run time, amount of data scanned, query engine version used, and encryption method. You can export a maximum of 500 recent queries, or a filtered maximum of 500 queries using criteria that you enter in the search box.
Query output files are stored in sub-folders on Amazon S3 in the following path pattern unless the query occurs in a workgroup whose configuration overrides client-side settings. When workgroup configuration overrides client-side settings, the query uses the results path specified by the workgroup.
The following sub-folders are created only for queries run from the console whose results path has not been overriden by workgroup configuration. Queries that run from the AWS CLI or using the Athena API are saved directly to the QueryResultsLocationInS3.
You can download results files from the console from the Results pane when using the console or from the query History. For more information, see Downloading query results files using the Athena console.
DML and DDL query metadata files are saved in binary format and are not human readable. The file extension corresponds to the related query results file. Athena uses the metadata when reading query results using the GetQueryResults action. Although these files can be deleted, we do not recommend it because important information about the query is lost.
To run common eDiscovery tasks on encrypted content, eDiscovery managers are required to decrypt email message content when exported from content searches, Microsoft Purview eDiscovery (Standard) cases, and Microsoft Purview eDiscovery (Premium) cases. Content encrypted with Microsoft encryption technologies wasn't available for review until after export.
Prior to this new capability, only the content of an email message protected by rights management (and not attached files) were decrypted. Encrypted documents in SharePoint and OneDrive couldn't be decrypted during the eDiscovery workflow. Now, files that are encrypted with a Microsoft encryption technology is located on a SharePoint or OneDrive account are searchable and decrypted when the search results are prepared for preview, added to a review set in eDiscovery (Premium), and exported. Additionally, encrypted documents in SharePoint and OneDrive that are attached to an email message (as a copy) are searchable. This decryption capability allows eDiscovery managers to view the content of encrypted email attachments and site documents when previewing search results, and review them after they've been added to a review set in eDiscovery (Premium).
The decryption of email messages sent with an Microsoft Purview Message Encryption custom branding template is not supported by Microsoft eDiscovery tools. When using an OME custom branding template, email messages are delivered to the OME portal instead of the recipient's mailbox. Therefore, you won't be able to use eDiscovery tools to search for encrypted messages because those messages are never received by the recipient's mailbox.
The following table identifies the supported tasks that can be performed in Microsoft Purview eDiscovery tools on encrypted files attached to email messages and encrypted documents in SharePoint and OneDrive. These supported tasks can be performed on encrypted files that match the criteria of a search. A value of N/A indicates the functionality isn't available in the corresponding eDiscovery tool.
Documents encrypted with the previous settings can still be returned by an eDiscovery search. This result may happen when a document property (such as the title, author, or modified date) matches the search criteria. Although these documents might be included in search results, they can't be previewed or reviewed. These documents will also remain encrypted when they're exported in eDiscovery (Premium).
Any rights-protected (RMS-protected) email messages included in the results of a Content search will be decrypted when you export them. This decryption capability is enabled by default for members of the eDiscovery Manager role group. This is because the RMS Decrypt management role is assigned to this role group by default. 041b061a72