Preparing for Windows Azure Rights Management
Published: July 16, 2012
Updated: December 1, 2013
Applies To: Office 365, Windows Azure Rights Management
Once you have signed up for and established your organization with an account in Microsoft Office 365, enabling Windows Azure Rights Management requires only a few additional configuration steps to enable it for use.
|Before trying Rights Management functionality, configure user accounts using either the Microsoft Online Administration Console or the Exchange Online Control Panel. Also, it's a good idea to create mail-enabled security groups in Exchange Online ahead of time. For more information, see How to manage Active Directory security groups and to mail-enable group objects in an Office 365 environment (http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=2588125) on the Microsoft Support Web site.|
By default, Rights Management is disabled when you sign up for your Office 365 account in Microsoft Office 365 Enterprise E3. To enable Rights Management for use your Office 365 administrator needs to activate it for use by using the Rights Management settings within the Office 365 administrative portal. For more information, see Activating Windows Azure Rights Management.