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IIS ACLs for AD RMS

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Anyone have suggestions for setting the ACLs in IIS for AD RMS on server 2008?  I would like to limit authoring  rights to a security group for securing content.  Domain users will still need to be able to comsume content they have access to.  The MS documentation only says that this is recommended, but doesn't give any detail on how to do it.  I need more detail.  thanks
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The files accessed via IIS use the file sharing permissions associated to those files. Edit the ACL's for those files /folders being shared or in the IIS directory, and those are the permissions the users will have.
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Found a bette way to do it via the reg keys for Office.
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