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Rights Policy Templates - Create Distributed Rights Policy Template Wizard - Specify Extended Policy Page

Updated: December 30, 2007

Applies To: Windows Server 2008 R2, Windows Server 2012


Parameter Details

Enable user to view protected content using a browser add-on

This option controls whether or not the content can be viewed in a browser that is capable of displaying rights-protected content. Even if this option is selected, the AD RMS-enabled application that created the content must also support viewing of this rights-protected content. If you do not select this option, protected content must be viewed by using the application that created it.

Require a new license key every time content is consumed (disable client-side caching)

This option controls whether or not users must acquire a new use license each time they attempt to consume content that was published by using this rights policy template. If this option is not selected, the client can use a cached version of the use license to consume rights-protected content.

If you select this option, note that it requires users to be connected to the network each time they consume content that was published by using this rights policy template.

If you would like to specify additional policies for your AD RMS-enabled application, you can specify them here as name-value pairs.

This option allows you to customize a policy based on a specific AD RMS-enabled application. If you select this policy, you must also add the unique name and value pair required by the application to the template.

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