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How do I setup Windows Right Management Server to work with SharePoint 2010 in a DMZ with One-Way Trust to LAN?

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I have a one-way Domain Trust setup between my LAN and DMZ for SharePoint.  

In the DMZ I have 1 SharePoint 2010 Server and 1 Domain Controller.  In my LAN I have 1 DC, 1 SQL server.  All servers are Windows Server 2008 R2.  

I want enable Information Rights Management for Sharepoint, but I need to configure RMS first.

Where do I need to setup the Active Directory Rights Management Server(s) and how do I need to configure them to work with my currect configuration?
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With all the literature I've read the SQL server has to be in the same domain as the SharePoint server which means your design will not work.
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