Provides types and members for creating and administrating information management policies.
An information management policy is a set of rules for a certain type of important content. Policies enable administrators to control and evaluate who can access the information, how long to retain information, and how effectively people are complying with the policies.
For more information about information management policy, see Introduction to Information Management Policy.
|CustomSettingsControl||Represents a control that is displayed for a policy on the Edit Information Management Policy page.|
|ExemptField||This class and its members are reserved for internal use and are not intended to be used in your code.|
|ExemptFieldControl||This class and its members are reserved for internal use and are not intended to be used in your code.|
|GlobalCustomSettingsControl||Represents a control that is displayed for a policy on the farm-wide Configure Information Management Policy page in Central Administration.|
|Policy||An information policy residing on a site, or applied to a content type or list.|
|PolicyCatalog||Contains the collections of policy and policy features for a site collection.|
|PolicyCollection||The collection of information policies for the site collection.|
|PolicyFeature||A policy feature installed on the SharePoint server farm.|
|PolicyFeatureCollection||The collection of policy features for the SharePoint server farm.|
|PolicyItem||A policy item containing the custom settings for a single policy feature included in the information policy.|
|PolicyItemCollection||The collection of policy items included in this policy.|
|PolicyResource||Represents a policy resource that is available to the policy feature.|
|PolicyResourceCollection||The collection of policy resources available to a specified policy feature.|
|PolicyResourceType||A policy resource type used by a specified policy feature.|
|PolicyResourceTypeCollection||The collection of policy resources types used by a specified policy feature.|
|IPolicyFeature||Specifies the interface that a class must implement to act as a policy feature.|