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AD RMS ( 1.0, 2.0, 2.1,..) – Office 2010, Office 2013, Sharepoint 2013,..

What’s New in Active Directory Rights Management Services (AD RMS)?

AD RMS – Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ):

AD RMS Team Blog


AD RMS Client 1.0 Deployment and Usage Considerations: MSDRM Client

file to check version: Msdrm.dll (system32)

Office-RegKey (2010): HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Office\14.0\Common\DRM

Licenses: LOCALAPPDATA%\Microsoft\DRM

Templates: LOCALAPPDATA%\Microsoft\DRM\Templates

Templates must be deployed (can be automated: Scheduled Task, GPO and script,..)


AD RMS Client 2.0 Deployment Notes: MSIPC Client

Client installed to: %ProgramFiles%\Active Directory Rights Management Services Client 2.x.

file to check version: Msipc.dll

Licenses: %LOCALAPPDATA%\Microsoft\MSIPC.

Templates: %LOCALAPPDATA%\Microsoft\MSIPC\Templates.

Templates are distributed (downloaded) automatically from RMS Servers by this new client

Office 2010 can NOT use RMS Client 2.0 / 2.1

Office 2013 / Sharepoint 2013 installes RMS Client 2.0 during own installation and uses it therefore.


How to configure the AD RMS Client 2.1: MSIPC Client

Announcing – AD RMS SDK 2.1 RTM is available:

RMS Client 2.1 is a separate download


Spaß mit AD RMS (“Cryptographic Mode 2″  – compatibility // RMS CLient Versions):


IRM and Office

Office 2013, AD RMS Client 2.x and Template distribution:

ADRMS 2012 with Office 2013:

Office 2013 can’t access the protected documents after RMS server decommission:

Office IRM Registry-Keys:

Office-RegKey (2010): HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Office\14.0\Common\DRM

Office-RegKey (2013): HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Office\15.0\Common\DRM


AD RMS Bulk Protection Tool and FCI Step-by-Step:

Automatic RMS protection of non-MS Office files using FCI and Rights Protected Folder Explorer:

Rights Protected Folder Explorer (RPFE):

Protect everything: using FCI to protect files of any type with Windows Server 2012

AD RMS and Microsoft Office Deployment Considerations:


AD RMS and Server Design: Trusted User Domains (TUD), Trusted Publishing Domains (TPD)

Extending AD RMS Beyond Your Organization: B2B, B2C

Making AD RMS Available on the Internet:

AD RMS Best Practices Guide:

AD RMS under the hood: Client bootstrapping:

Part 1:

Part 2:

AD RMS under the hood: Server bootstrapping

AD RMS Cryptographic Modes:


Microsoft Office (RMS) Instructor Kits:

AD RMS Client for Windows Server 2012: and Sharepoint 2013

Foxit(R) Reader Delivers Microsoft(R) AD RMS Client 2.0 Compliance: PDF

Office Configuration Analyzer Tool (OffCAT) version 1.1 is now available

July 2013 Office Update Release

Current Cumulative Updates for Office – Q3 2013

App-V: Adding Additional Languages to Office 2010 Packages (. . . and pre-setting the Outlook Default Language)

Microsoft Office 2010 Sequencing Kit for Microsoft Application Virtualization 5.0 now available

Office 2010 SP2 Beta Now Available for Download

Visual Studio 2012: VSTO Versionen erklärt

Time to go PST hunting with the new PST Capture 2.0

Microsoft offers clarity on Office 2013 and Office 365 install rights

Excel opens in Read-Only after upgrading to Windows 8 with Office 2010

January 2013 Office Update Release

Current Cumulative Updates for Office – Q1 2013

Visual Studio 2010 / 2012 Tools for Office Runtime (VSTO)

Visual Studio 2010 Tools for Office Runtime (VSTO):


Creating a Bootstrapper package for an Office 2013 VSTO Add-in with Visual Studio 2012:

Announcing the Latest Release of Office Developer Tools:

Build apps for Office and SharePoint:

Troubleshoot Outlook 2010 Cached Exchange Mode

Cached Exchange Mode in a Remote Desktop Session Host environment: planning considerations:

Installing Outlook 2010 and using Cached Exchange Mode in a Remote Desktop Services environment:

Plan to deploy Office 2010 in a Remote Desktop Services environment:

Deploy Office 2010 on a Remote Desktop Services-enabled computer:

How to enable Office Professional Plus 2010 to run on a terminal server:

Reasons For & Against Cached Exchange Mode:

In Exchange / Outlook 2010, there are several features that require Cached Exchange Mode:

•Junk E-mail Filter
•Instant Search
•Conversation View (Show Messages from Other Folders)
•Clean Up
•People Pane / Outlook Social Connector

Aside from Cached Exchange Mode, Instant Search also needs Windows Search in order to work. The Outlook Social Connector, which adds the People Pane in Outlook, relies heavily on Instant Search.

By default, shared mail folders are downloaded in Cached mode in Outlook 2010:

Outlook 2010 Cached Exchange Mode – Terminal Services :

How to configure OST file size limit?


Outlook 2010 Terminalserver Cache Mode Instant Search:

According to the inputs from Office engineer, Outlook uses Windows Desktop Search to provide the Instant Search function. It is stored in C:\ProgramData\Microsoft by default. As this folder is per machine, it is expected that the index is built again when a user logs on to another server because the folder is empty on that server. Unfortunately, Windows Desktop Search does not support storing index files to a network share which can be shared among different computers.

Office 2010 cumulative update for October 2012

Current Cumulative Updates for Office – Q4 2012

Many Excel 2010 Tips and Tricks–Contextual BLOG

September 13, 2012 Leave a comment

How to specify the version of Visio that is launched by an App-V client

"Unspecified Automation Error" after applying MS12-060