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Able to set default rights for a domain? RRS feed

  • Question

  • New to RMS - sorry if this is a repeat question.

    Does RMS provide a way to assign a default set of rights-restrictions for all users in an organization?  Or is it entirely user-driven, where the person who creates a document must choose whether to rights-protect the document or not?

    Thanks!

    Tuesday, August 2, 2011 1:11 PM

Answers

  • Hi Mike,

    Depends on what you would like to achieve really, the funcationilty is there. You have a wide range of tools and features that can help

    1. Exchange 2010 Transport rules based RMS protection
    2. SharePoint 2010 Document Library and automated RMS protection for all documents
    3. Windows 2008 R2 based file servers using the File Classification Index (FCI) to protect files based on file classification
    4. Using ready made templates in Office 2010, e.g. Word .dot file that is already rights protected
    5. then you also have the RMS Bulk protection tool for apply a particular RMS template to a file or folders

    Plus you have a wide range of third party add-on's that extend the same to wider platform range, e.g. check out www.gigatrust.com

     


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    Tuesday, August 2, 2011 6:49 PM

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  • Hello,

    AFAIK, you can not set a template that is used by default. Templates can be published on users computers and users can select them for appliance.

     


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    Tuesday, August 2, 2011 4:08 PM
  • Hi Mike,

    Depends on what you would like to achieve really, the funcationilty is there. You have a wide range of tools and features that can help

    1. Exchange 2010 Transport rules based RMS protection
    2. SharePoint 2010 Document Library and automated RMS protection for all documents
    3. Windows 2008 R2 based file servers using the File Classification Index (FCI) to protect files based on file classification
    4. Using ready made templates in Office 2010, e.g. Word .dot file that is already rights protected
    5. then you also have the RMS Bulk protection tool for apply a particular RMS template to a file or folders

    Plus you have a wide range of third party add-on's that extend the same to wider platform range, e.g. check out www.gigatrust.com

     


    Blog Link: http://blogs.cyquent.ae | Follow us on Twitter: @cyquent | ADRMS Wiki Portal: Technet Wiki

    Tuesday, August 2, 2011 6:49 PM