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Introducing Windows Server® 2008 by The Microsoft Windows Server Team, Mitch Tulloch

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Active Directory Rights Management Services

The last (but certainly not least) IDA component in Windows Server 2008 that we’ll look at is Active Directory Rights Management Service (AD RMS). As we mentioned at the beginning of this chapter, AD RMS is the follow-up to Windows RMS. Windows RMS is an optional component for the Windows Server 2003 platform that can be used to protect sensitive information stored in documents, in e-mail messages, and on Web sites from unauthorized viewing, modification, or use. AD RMS is designed to work together with RMS-enabled applications such as the Microsoft Office 2007 System and Internet Explorer 7.0, and it also includes a set of core APIs that developers can use to code their own RMS-enabled apps or add RMS ...

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