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Ensure your overlays have the following options configured to preserve the Works with Office 365 default applications. The table below indicates the default overlays, applications, and preferred policy order configured on the Business Intent Overlays tab within Orchestrator. The overlay name indicated in the table below is the default that ships with Orchestrator. This can be modified with user configuration.

NOTE: Skype for Business, SharePoint Online, and Office 365 Exchange must break out locally.

Overlay Application Preferred Policy Order (Breakout Traffic to Internet & Cloud Services) What It Matches
Real-Time Skype for Business img Microsoft Office 365 Optimize and Allow categories for the respective applications
CriticalApps SharePoint Online, Office 365 Exchange img Microsoft Office 365 Optimize and Allow categories for the respective applications
Default For everything Any policy order except “Drop” Matches Microsoft Office 365 Default categories

Office365 Common applications

NOTE: Do not specify other individual Office applications in this group or overlay.

For more information about Works with Office 365 applications, go to https://techcommunity.microsoft.com and search for the Office 365 blog.


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