Microsoft announced yesterday that they were removing the requirement to provision an Azure storage account and manually configure Azure RMS logging, and that it would be now FREE and enabled automatically in ANY Azure RMS subscription new or old. Microsoft details the process on Technet, let’s walk through it. I previously did not have RMS […]

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In Part 1 we walked through installing the RMS Connector services to light-up on-premises services for RMS. In Part 2 we walked through setting up the RMS Connector for Exchange 2010/2013 The RMS connector supports a handful of additional scenarios and services: For Exchange 2013: Client access servers and mailbox servers For Exchange 2010: Client access servers […]

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In Part 1 we walked through installing the RMS Connector services to light-up on-premises services for RMS. The RMS connector supports a handful of additional scenarios and services: For Exchange 2013: Client access servers and mailbox servers For Exchange 2010: Client access servers and hub transport servers For SharePoint: Front-end SharePoint webservers, including those hosting the Central […]

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Today, Microsoft plugged a gap with one of the most asked features for Right Management Services (RMS), the new RMS Protection Tool. This tool will allow you to automate the process of protecting and unprotecting content with RMS in both on-premises and Azure RMS  scenarios. This is facilitated today through PowerShell Cmdlets, and provides scripting […]

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Given that the Enterprise Mobility Suite Platform changes so often, I am starting a recurring monthly session to review (and demo!) what’s new with the EMS platform. We’re working on finalizing the EventBrite page, but I’ll add that here as soon as it’s complete. You can find the video from May’s here Here’s a summary […]

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