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File Server Resource Manager and AD RMS

Posted by Sarah Duncan on Jun 3, 2013 8:06:31 AM

You may have heard of the ability back in Windows Server 2008 R2 to use the File Classification Infrastructure (FCI) feature (part of the File Services role) together with the AD RMS Bulk Protection Tool (a command-line tool) to automatically apply rights protections to documents stored on a file server based on things such as key words in the files. That was a nice feature, but a little clunky to use with the command-line AD RMS Bulk Protection Tool. The good news is that the AD RMS integration has now been incorporated into the File Server Resource Manager on Windows Server 2012, eliminating the need for the AD RMS Bulk Protection Tool in this context. The AD RMS Bulk Protection Tool can also be used outside of FCI whenever you need to bulk encrypt or decrypt a batch of files.

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Topics: Active Directory Rights Management Services, IT Security, Microsoft Security Partner, Microsoft Active Directory, Data Protection, FCI, RMS, command line tool, AD RMS Bulk Protection Tool, Blog, Active Directory, File Server Resource Manager, AD, AD RMS, File Classification Infrastructure (FCI)

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