As per Carol’s introduction post , she's letting you know what's new and hot in the docs for this month.
Dan (on behalf of the RMS team)
The Documentation Library for Azure Rights Management has been updated on the web and the latest content has Updated: August 1, 2014 at the top of the topic.
Summary of the documentation available: Getting Started with Rights Management | Configuring Rights Management | Using Rights Management | Administering Rights Management by using Windows PowerShell
In case you wondered what happened to the doc update announcement last month ... there wasn't one, so you didn't miss anything. There were very few doc revisions, and updates were held for the new releases that I've sure you read about in Dan's blog post: Major Update: Improved Office file support + Service improvements
The blog post included a great introduction to the recently updated RMS sharing app, but if you're looking for more information, there's now an "all-things-RMS-sharing-app" page that gathers resources for this app together in one place. And it addresses the "What’s your story for protecting documents other than Office?" question that we often hear. You'll find this new page here: How RMS protects all file types – by using the RMS sharing app
One of the other releases included in this blog post was for the AD RMS mobile device extension. The supporting documentation for this is no longer prerelease: Active Directory Rights Management Services Mobile Device Extension . Other topics were updated to support this new release, including:
We value customer feedback and try to incorporate it when possible. Although we can't promise to make the docs perfect for everybody, we are committed to continual improvement. If you have any feedback about the docs for the mobile device extension, RMS sharing application, or Azure RMS, email AskIPTeam@Microsoft.com .
The following information lists the topics that contain significant changes since the last update (June 2014) and support the August release. In addition, the RMS sharing application for Windows now officially replaces Rights Protected Folder (RPF) Explorer, with end of support documented in the Rights Protected Folder Explorer topic.
- Updates include:
- Updates to support the latest release:
The following information lists the topics that contain significant changes since the last update (June 2014).
- Updated for the new capabilities for mobile devices and AD RMS.
- Updated the Client device capabilities table to refect the lastest supported options for mobile devices.
- Added a new entry for the new .ppdf file name extension.
- Updated for the following:
- Updated to reflect the new changes in the Office 365 admin center, which support the transition to the Azure Management Portal to configure custom templates.
- Updated the callout in the Prerequisites section to emphasis that directory synchronization is required, even in a testing environment. Don't be tempted to think that manual password synchronization is sufficient!
- Updated to correct the request type incorrect value of "Sign" (the correct value is "SignDigest") in the How to interpret your RMS logs section.
- Updated to remove the quotes around the language IDs.
[ Note that some other cmdlet topics have an updated date for August, but these were to correct some of the old branding references to Windows Azure. We thought we had updated them all, but apparently not!]
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