Windows Azure Rights Management

Windows Azure Rights Management Active Directory Rights Management Services (AD RMS)
Supports information rights management (IRM) capabilities in Microsoft online services and their offerings such as Exchange Online and SharePoint Online, as well as traditional on-premises server products, such as Microsoft Exchange Server and SharePoint servers. Designed to work primarily with on-premises Microsoft server products such as Microsoft Office SharePoint Server and Exchange Server, and File Classification Infrastructure (FCI).
Enables implicit trust between organizations and users in any organization. Content can be easily and safely shared between users within the same organization or across organizations when users have Microsoft Office 365, or Windows Azure Rights Management, or users sign up for RMS for individuals. Trusts are explicitly defined in a direct point-to-point relationship between two organizations by using either trusted user domains (TUDs) or federated trusts that you create by using Active Directory Federation Services (AD FS).
Provides a predefined set of rights policy templates for use. These include two templates that restrict access to the content to your own organization; one that provides read-only viewing of protected content and another template which provides write or modify permissions over the protected content.

In addition, when you use the RMS sharing application, users can define their own set of permissions if the predefined policy templates are not sufficient.

Provides the ability to create and define your own rights policy templates for use. Templates for AD RMS can be configured on a more granular level as described in AD RMS Policy Template Considerations.

In addition, when you use the RMS sharing application, users can define their own set of permissions if the predefined policy templates are not sufficient.

Supports users of Microsoft Office 2010 and Microsoft Office 2013 products.

Microsoft Office for Mac 2011 is not supported.

Supports users of Microsoft Office 2007 as well as other versions of Microsoft Office products such as Microsoft Office 2010 and Microsoft Office 2013.

Microsoft Office for Mac 2011 is supported.

Supports users who are running Windows 7 and Windows 8. Does not provide support for Windows Vista or Windows XP users. Provides support for users running Windows XP, as well as later releases such as Windows Vista, Windows 7 and Windows 8.
Mobile device support for applications includes Windows Phone, Android, iOS, and Windows RT. Email support by using Exchange ActiveSync is also supported on all mobile device platforms that support this protocol. Mobile device support for applications is restricted to Windows Phone. However, email support by using Exchange ActiveSync IRM is supported on all mobile device platforms that support the full implementation of this protocol.
Supports Cryptographic Mode 2 without additional configuration, which provides stronger security for key lengths and encryption algorithms. For more information, see AD RMS Cryptographic Modes. Supports Cryptographic Mode 1 by default and requires additional configuration to support Cryptographic Mode 2 for stonger security. For more information, see AD RMS Cryptographic Modes.
Only supports outbound migration from Windows Azure Rights Management to Active Directory Rights Management Services (AD RMS). Supports migration from Windows Azure Rights Management as well as migration from Rights Management Services (AD RMS) running under Windows Server 2003.

 

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