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Active Directory Right Management Services: Installation and Configuration

AD RMS (Active Directory Right Management) is a Windows Server service that provides extended rights management for certain files. The system is similar to the DRM protection that protects intellectual property. In internal use, AD RMS extends NTFS security rights by limiting actions on a Word file by preventing the printing or saving of a …

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Enterprise CA: Installation and Configuration with Windows Server

In this tutorial, I will explain how to set up an enterprise CA that is linked to an Active Directory, unlike the stand-alone CA. This type of CA allows you to automate certificate generation with direct submission to the CA. Automatically issue computer and user certificates to, for example, secure VPN access with Windows NPS. …

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Stand-alone certification authority: installation on Windows Server

Presentation A Certificate Authority (CA) can issue certificates for internal internet sites, RDS connections … The advantage of having a CA is having to deploy a single certificate on the computers, and some Windows services require certificates from a CA to work: RemoteApp Client RDP HTML5 On Windows, there are two types of CAs (summary): …

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