The year is about to end….and this is where Microsoft really starts again. With the Ignite | The Tour in Berlin thousands of interested people meet experts from Microsoft and many MVPs. I was allowed to be there once again and present two 60min breakout sessions on the first day. Many thanks to all participants…
The security of the own data is one of the important things in IT today. So most companies almost have implemented complex group and rights structures to Control data Access.
Some of you may have tried the new Dynamic Access Control what was new with Windows Server 2012.
A good reference for DAC you can find here: Windows Server Blog
Also i want to remember you my article series on File Classification Services.
At this point some of you asked how this should be managed?…how to keep everything managed? what happens if there is an issue?…
Rights Management Services
So lets get on step further. You should ask yourself if it is enough to secure the local data access in your environment. What happens when data gets lost? or is unexpectedly sent to the wrong recipient? Tools like DropBox, OneDrive or just your mail account are easy to use, but also easy to let data get lost.
If this happens, your are happy if you have enabled RMS. Here you can find a good overview of Rights Management: RMS Whitepapers
So with RMS you are not only able to control access to data. You can decide who, when, how long,…. a document can be read, printed, edited, … . This also applies if you sent a mail attachement to the wrong recipient.
Now i am waiting for the first of you askig: Another security layer?…who should manage this?… What can i do if something is going wrong?
Today i will show you the answer for the last question:
This tool enables you to check your configuration and to troubleshoot any Client issue related to AD RMS or Azure RMS. So you can figure out and solve upcoming issues with RMS…
RMS Analyzer Tool
After downloading the tool, you have to decide which environment you are using and which role your user has:
If there are any connection issues at this moment there will be a prereq test first:
Maybe you can see first configuration issues here:
For some missing prerequistes, there are out-of-box fixes enabled:
As soon as all prerequistes are fixed you can start logging your RMS issue:
Ich bin Eric Berg und bin Principal IT-Architekt im Bereich Microsoft Modern Workplace and Datacenter un Microsoft P-TSP für Azure und Modern Desktop. Seit 2015 bin ich Cloud and Datacenter Management MVP. Ich bin Organisator des Azure Thüringen Meetups und Sprecher auf Events wie der ExpertsLive Europe, CDC Germany und Microsoft Ignite. Alle Gedanken, Meinungen und Ideen auf dieser Website sind von mir und spiegeln nicht die Haltung meines Arbeitgebers oder von Microsoft wieder.
6. December 2018
13. October 2018
I had the honour to present a session about the Automation Jungel today at 9 am in Belgium on the CloudBrew conference. There were two surprises: I was there on time for my session…even though it was really early. there were also attendees thank you very much for it. It was a lot of fun…
4. October 2018
Experts and interested parties will meet again this year at ExpertsLive Europe. This time from 24 to 26 October in beautiful Prague. On Wednesday the ExpertsLiveEU starts with a PreDay with excellent speakers and sessions: followed by two days full of exciting sessions. In a total of 6 tracks 72 sessions of 44 speakers will…
4. October 2018
For the spontaneous, I have a tip for next week: Registration for the CloudBrew in Belgium is still possible until the end of this week. The event will take place on Friday and Saturday the 12th + 13th of October in Mechelen in Belgium. You can decide if you want to participate on only one…
14. September 2018
As described in part 1 and part 2, my Schedule Tweets solution doesn’t look that bad. But one important component is still missing: sending the tweets… To Flow or not to Flow… At first I thought about sending the tweets via Microsoft Flow. But then I had to find out some things: Flow is not…
This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.
Blog via E-Mail abonnieren
Folge mir auf TwitterMy Tweets