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Data Leakage Prevention Tools

Hi,
We are searching for a good solution to prevent data leakage in small to mid-sized networks (20 to 400 users).
What tools and solution do you recommend so we can achieve this?
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Windows Server 2012Windows Server 2008Active Directory

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8/22/2022 - Mon
Mike Kline

Have you looked at ADRMS

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Mike
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yes, can you point us to a link detailing how to install/configure ADRMS the right way?
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Thank you all!
We have added the ADRMS role and a template policy has been configured to allow certain users specific permissions and access. The next step as instructed is to add a template to the registry of every user' machine.
My question is if we do that, how will the permission work on the existing files? Does it apply on all files?  And in case we need different permissions on different files, how will the policy work if I am not applying it on file level, only on user level?
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