Our technical writer, Carol Bailey, is letting you know what’s new and hot in the docs for this month.
Dan (on behalf of the Information Protection team)
The Documentation for Azure Rights Management has been updated on the web and the latest content has a June 2016 (or later) date at the top of the article.
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What’s new in the documentation for Azure Rights Management, June 2016
The following information lists the articles that have significant technical changes since the last update (May 2016). If you have problems finding information on the new publishing site, let us know and we will help you locate it while the search engines index these new pages.
– New entries:
- Is there a management pack or similar monitoring mechanism for the RMS connector?
- Where can I find information about 3rd party solutions that integrate with Azure RMS?
- Do you need to be a global admin to configure Azure RMS, or can I delegate to other administrators?
- I’ve heard a new release is going to be available soon, for Azure RMS—when will it be released?
– Updated the Support options and community resources section, with instructions on how to contact Microsoft Support and additional resource links.
– Updated with a note for Office 365 customers who are using the preview version of the Office 365 admin center. Also clarified that to activate Azure RMS from the management portals, you must sign in with a global administrator account.
– New article, which contains information to help you monitor the RMS connector after it is deployed, by using event log entries, performance counters, the RMS Analyzer, and logging.
– Updated for information related to customer-managed tenant keys – the “bring your own key” or BYOK scenario. This includes a name change for the request types of SignDigest to KMSPSignDigest, and from Decrypt to KMSPDecrypt.
– Updated for the recent release, Version 1.0.2191.0.