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|Windows Server 2012 Protects Content|
|Tuesday, 09 October 2012|
Active Directory Rights Management Services (RMS) uses encryption to enforce access policies on content, even if the content is moved to unsecured file or e-mail systems, so that organizations can secure sensitive data and to comply with privacy and disclosure regulations. An updated RMS feature in Windows Server 2012 will use PowerShell scripting to simplify deployment, and a recently released SDK could enable ISVs to more easily extend RMS to protect additional content types or document formats. However, RMS still requires a complex infrastructure and secure business policies and processes.
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