Active Directory Rights Management Services (AD RMS) Developer's Corner

The official blog of the Rights Management product team at Microsoft for developers working with information protection using AD RMS.

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  • Blog Post: RMS SDK 4.0 Preview Release for iOS, OS X and Android

    Hello Folks, We have some fantastic news to share with you..The RMS developer platform team has been really busy taking all your feedback and requirements and working on the cool new SDK 4.0. Yair from our team will provide you the details.. Hi Everyone, We are proud to announce the next...
  • Blog Post: AD RMS SDK 2.1 Performance and Documentation Improvements - April 2014 Update

    Howdy Folks, We’ve been following up on some engineering updates and your requests to make even better the developer experience for Information Protection on Windows desktop. Our April update has performance and documentation improvements that we think you’ll appreciate. Here’s...
  • Blog Post: Azure Rights Management: Logging and all that it enables

    Note: This is a cross-post from our TechNet RMS Blog , that we didn't want our developer audience to miss. Hi Everyone, In 2014 protecting your information will (should) be at the top of your list. Unlike the 3 or so weeks of drinking 64 oz of water and exercising daily for 30 minutes, this is...
  • Blog Post: Announcing AD RMS SDK 3.0 Beta2: rights-enablement support on Android, iOS and Windows RT platforms

    Hi folks, We have been working hard to deliver the next generation of our SDKs for cross-platforms support; and enabling wide-scale RMS usage with IP viewer application. We've introduced a much more stable and feature-rich Beta2 version of new cross-platform developer SDKs for enabling Android, iOS...
  • Blog Post: Cross-post: RMS PowerShell cmdlets - preview release

    Hello Folks, The RMS team has been hard at work and now have our first preview release of a set of PowerShell cmdlets using AD RMS SDK. The cmdlets in the Microsoft.Protection PowerShell module are designed for developers and IT pros who want to automate administration of AD l RMS without directly...
  • Blog Post: Announcing - AD RMS SDK 2.1 RTM is available

    Hi folks, We've hit the AD RMS SDK 2.1 RTM milestone now!. I'll let our expert, Gagan Gulati, explain about these new releases! Thanks, Dan … Hello again folks, I'm Gagan and I'm a program manager in the AD RMS team. We are pleased to announce the official release of AD RMS SDK...
  • Blog Post: Official release of Rights Protected Folder Explorer

    Hi folks, It's been a busy time this past couple months in the IP team here at Microsoft. We've introduced a new AD RMS SDK 2.0 and AD RMS Client 2.0 and I'd like to announce we have a new AD RMS powered application, Rights Protected Files Explorer (RPFe). RPFe is a great news for customers as it...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft announces availability of IRM-enabled email in latest version of Nitrodesk's TouchDown client

    Hi folks, I'm Dan Plastina, Group Manager for the Information Protection team and I wanted to bring to your attention the launch of the most recent version of Nitrodesk's very popular TouchDown email client for devices running on the Android platform. This is exciting news and important to those of you...
  • Blog Post: AD RMS and cryptographic support for SHA-2/RSA 2048

    This blog post has moved to the new AD RMS team blog here: http://blogs.technet.com/b/rms/archive/2012/04/29/ad-rms-and-cryptographic-support-for-sha-2-rsa-2048.aspx
  • Blog Post: AD RMS FAQ update - Can encryption keys or certificates be stored on SmartCards or hardware service modules?

    This blog post has moved to the new AD RMS team blog here: http://blogs.technet.com/b/rms/archive/2012/04/29/ad-rms-faq-update-can-encryption-keys-or-certificates-be-stored-on-smartcards-or-hardware-service-modules.aspx
  • Blog Post: AD RMS FAQ posted to TechNet Wiki

    This blog post has moved to the new AD RMS team blog here: http://blogs.technet.com/b/rms/archive/2012/04/29/have-a-question-about-ad-rms.aspx
  • Blog Post: AD RMS under the hood: Client bootstrapping, Step 1

    This blog post has moved to the new AD RMS team blog here: http://blogs.technet.com/b/rms/archive/2012/04/28/ad-rms-under-the-hood-client-bootstrapping-step-1.aspx
  • Blog Post: EZ federation in AD RMS

    This blog post has been moved to the new AD RMS team blog here: http://blogs.technet.com/b/rms/archive/2012/04/29/ez-federation-in-ad-rms.aspx
  • Blog Post: AD RMS Reporting

    This blog post has been moved to the new AD RMS team blog here: http://blogs.technet.com/b/rms/archive/2012/04/29/ad-rms-reporting.aspx
  • Blog Post: Specifying a nonstandard SQL port when installing AD RMS

    This blog post has been moved to the new AD RMS team blog here: http://blogs.technet.com/b/rms/archive/2012/04/29/specifying-a-non-standard-sql-port-when-installing-ad-rms.aspx
  • Blog Post: Getting involved with the RMS community

    As a technical writer assigned the task of creating and maintaining documentation for AD RMS in the TechNet Library ( http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc771234.aspx ), I like to think that our docs are the best place to go to get information about RMS. And in many ways they are: We strive to...
  • Blog Post: Testing AD RMS for your Environment

    This blog post has been moved to the new AD RMS Team blog here: http://blogs.technet.com/b/rms/archive/2012/04/28/testing-ad-rms-for-your-environment.aspx
  • Blog Post: New AD RMS Content: AD RMS and Windows Mobile

    AD RMS integrates with Microsoft Windows Mobile beginning with Windows Mobile 6. End users can create and consume protected e-mail messages and can read protected Microsoft Office documents on their Windows Mobile device. The AD RMS team has recently released the following new content about AD RMS and...
  • Blog Post: Providing Different Rights Policy Templates for Different Users

    Perhaps you would like to provide different AD RMS rights policy templates to different users in your organization. For example, maybe users in your legal department need certain templates specific to their needs, but these templates would be inappropriate to make available to the rest of your organization...
  • Blog Post: New AD RMS Videos

    This blog post has been moved to the new AD RMS Team blog here: http://blogs.technet.com/b/rms/archive/2012/04/29/new-ad-rms-videos.aspx
  • Blog Post: What is the difference between installing AD RMS on a physical server and on Hyper-V?

    This blog post has been moved to the new AD RMS Team blog here: http://blogs.technet.com/b/rms/archive/2012/04/28/what-is-the-difference-between-installing-ad-rms-on-a-physical-server-and-on-hyper-v.aspx
  • Blog Post: Missing AD RMS Performance Counters

    If you are unable to locate your AD RMS performance counters through the Performance Monitor on your AD RMS server, the problem may be caused by a third-party driver. Some third party drivers, if they are installed before AD RMS is provisioned, can affect the loading of your performance counters. ...
  • Blog Post: AD RMS and BlackBerry Devices

    Our partners GigaTrust and Liquid Machines have extended AD RMS support to BlackBerry devices. After implementing either company's solution, BlackBerry users in your organization can create and consume protected content using the rights policy templates you have configured for your organization or Do...
  • Blog Post: AD RMS Installation Best Practices

    This blog post has been moved to the new AD RMS Team blog here: http://blogs.technet.com/b/rms/archive/2012/04/28/ad-rms-installation-best-practices.aspx
  • Blog Post: AD RMS Logging Database Video Series

    The information stored in the AD RMS logging database can be very useful to administrators who want to gather insight about the health and usage of their organization's AD RMS cluster. Peter Gilson, a Senior Software Design Engineer in Test at Microsoft, recently created a presentation about how to develop...
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