Planning, Designing, and Deploying a Highly Available AD RMS Infrastructure

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Companies are looking up to Microsoft for guidance on: Protecting information from unauthorized view and unwanted disclosure; Enabling Regulatory Compliance and IP Protection; Enabling Secure Business Process Automation; Enforcing Corporate Policy and controlling Information Protection centrally; Enabling Communication in Mixed Environments; and more importantly, making sure that the solution is highly available, elastic, always on and resilient. This session uses sample projects, field-tested and sound high-availability techniques to discuss how you can build a highly redundant and resilient Active Directory Rights Management Services (AD RMS) infrastructure for your customer. #TESIA323









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      Achim Marx

      Can we have a video ore pptx, please, Jovita?

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      A really interesting session. Key take-aways for me:

      -Exchange server 2010  will detect that you receive a mail protected by ADRMS, it will pre-fetch a license from adrms so you can open the document offline

      -you can have root cluster and licensing server on 1 physical server for small organisations

      - 2 rms servers as minimum for ha + 1 sql server dedicated


      Wim De groote

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