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: Specifying a nonstandard SQL port when installing AD RMS

    This blog post has been moved to the new AD RMS team blog here:
  • Blog Post: Required Critical Update for AD RMS Customers

    An update is available for all Microsoft products that use Active Directory Rights Management Services (AD RMS) or Windows Rights Management Services (RMS). This update prevents you from receiving error messages that are related to the application manifest expiry feature of AD RMS or RMS clients and...
  • Blog Post: Tips for Troubleshooting AD RMS and AD FS Integration

    This blog post has been moved to the new AD RMS Team blog here:
  • Blog Post: Microsoft Office 2003 Cannot Open Documents Protected with RMS

    The issue of the inability to open documents protected with AD RMS with Microsoft Office 2003 has now been resolved with a hotfix. You can obtain the hotfix at the following locations: Office Client – KB978551 Word Viewer – KB978558 Excel Viewer – KB978557 Update (2/10/2010...
  • Blog Post: Activate Information Rights Management in SharePoint

    Recently we had a case where a customer was having some difficulty activating an IRM-protected document library in SharePoint on a server running Windows Server 2008. He got the following error: Information Rights Management (IRM): There was a problem while trying to activate a rights account certificate...
  • Blog Post: AD RMS and Group Expansion

    We get occasional questions from customers about AD RMS and group expansion across forests. The following are a few links that can help answer your questions concerning group expansion: The topic Deploying RMS Across Forests contains a thorough explanation of how AD RMS works in a multiple-forest...
  • Blog Post: Cached mode in Outlook 2003 and RMS

    Imagine this scenario. You are about to catch a plane. You connect to Internet using a Wi-Fi spot on the airport and sync your Outlook. It’s a long flight and you want to catch up on email during the flight. You jump on the place and when the nice airhostess announces that you can use your portable...
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