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[Question] Active Directory Rights Management System


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Hi Guys,

What I would like to know is whether is it a must to have SQL server installed when installing RMS role on a windows server. My basic requirement is just to implement this only on MS Office products for now. This is also implemented for sharing information between different organizations. As I've mentioned it is only for MS Office products (basically docs, spreadsheets, presentations..etc) for now.

Any ideas
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Go to Microsoft and look up the appropriate KB article. The 70-412 training videos at Pluralsight cover RMS.
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