Configuring Docs for Rights Management Services
Docsfor Rights Management Services
Active DirectoryRights Management Services (AD RMS) and
Azure-IP RMS from
Microsoftallows documents to be protected against access by unauthorized people by storing permissions to the documents in the document file itself. Access restrictions can be enforced wherever the document resides or is copied or forwarded to. For documents to be protected with AD RMS or
Azure-IP RMS, the app that the document is associated with must be RMS aware. For more information about AD RMS and
Azure-IP RMS, visit Comparing Azure Information Protection and AD RMS.
For this release,
BEMSdoesn't support both the AD RMS and
Azure-IP RMS in the same environment.
Support for RMS protected documents is provided through two methods:
- InDocsandBlackBerry Work, support for RMS protected documents is provided through theMicrosoft Office Web AppsandOffice OnlineServer with viewing and editing enabled through theBlackBerry Accessbrowser. Note that whileBlackBerry Accessbrowser is aBlackBerry Dynamicsapp with all the secure features it provides, it has only partial support for RMS features.
- InBlackBerry Work, support for RMS protected documents is provided directly inBlackBerry Workand throughBlackBerry Work.
BlackBerry Workand through
BlackBerry Access. These features require a client that is RMS aware.
RMS protected documents directly in
RMS protected documents through