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What is AD RMS?

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What is AD RMS.? How is it cofigured? Are there any seperate servers for AD RMS?
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AD is Active Directory Rights Management Service.
A good overview of what the service is and what it can do for you can be found here: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc771627.aspx
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try this also
sign up for this virtual lab with your Live ID and test it your self
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