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Restrict Directories using Rights Management Service

Posted on 2009-07-08
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I've installed AD Right Management Service on Windows 2008 Server.  I know how to restrict permissions on Office Documents and Outlook Emails.

I want to know what to do to setup up a directory with confidential files.
ie: (c:\confidential )

Any file in that directory can't be emailed or cut/pasted or printed.
I want to do it for all files in that directory.

Anyone have any suggestions?
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I found out that this can't be done as of today 7.15.09
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