Learn how to configure a new installation of RMS and publish the service connection point (SCP) in an Active Directory domain.
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- [Narrator] Now that we have our first RMS server installed…we need to create a way for users and computers…to connect to it.…We need to create a service connection point, or SCP.…That's what will happen when we perform additional…configuration on this screen.…Word of caution:…You only get on SCP per active directory forest,…so plan this carefully.…If your forest consists of a single domain,…it might be easy to decide where RMS should be installed…and configured.…But if its larger, with multiple domains…geographically spread out, multiple trees,…take the time to identify the best place to set this up…and test out the things we do in this chapter…in a lab environment…before installing it in production for the first time.…
I'm going to go ahead and launch…into the configuration here,…and we're going to discuss some of the pitfalls…of simply accepting defaults.…There are a lot of Microsoft services…that can be installed and configured…using default configuration.…This isn't one of them.…It starts off easy enough,…by reminding you what you're about to do,…
Note: The topics covered here map to the Configure Identity and Access Solutions domain for Microsoft Certified Solutions Associate (MCSA) Exam 70-412, Configuring Advanced Windows Server 2012 Services. Use these tutorials to study for the exam.
- Implementing Active Directory Federation Services (AD FS)
- Configuring AD FS authentication policies
- Configuring multifactor authentication
- Installing and configuring Active Directory Certificate Services (AD CS)
- Creating certificate templates
- Configuring certificate authority backup and recovery
- Managing certificates, including templates and renewal
- Installing and configuring Active Directory Rights Management Services (AD RMS)