The initial configuration of ADRMS is demonstrated here with special focus on preparing RMS to issue licenses to manage client access to protected content.
- [Instructor] Active Directory rights management services…is like many of the Windows server roles that we've seen…in that it's simple,…although maybe not too quick to install,…but it has a lot more involved…post-installation configuration.…The installation of the ADRMS role…was completed previously on this member server…in a domain where we've created user accounts and groups…and for the most part,…they've been assigned email addresses.…I've installed a certificate on this server…that we'll be using.…
So we're ready to go ahead and start…with the configuration.…Since the Add Roles wizard has been closed,…I'm going to go to the alerts flag here,…and I'm going to perform additional configuration…on the Active Directory Rights Management Services…on this machine.…As you can see from the list off to the left,…there are quite a few pieces to put in place.…The first is to specify…whether we're creating a new RMS cluster…or if we're going to join one that already exists.…
This is the first server,…so we're going to create a new one.…
AuthorScott M Burrell
- Installing and configuring ADFS
- Configuring multi-factor authentication
- Integrating Azure, Office 365, devices, and Microsoft Passport
- Implementing Web App Proxy (WAP)
- Installing and configuring AD Rights Management Service
Skill Level Intermediate
Windows Server 2016: File Serviceswith Ed Liberman1h 53m Intermediate
Windows Server 2016: High Availabilitywith Robert McMillen2h 22m Intermediate
1. Install and Configure Active Directory Federation Services
2. Configure Authentication Policies
3. Implement Web Application Proxy
4. Install and Configure Active Directory Rights Management Services
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