Using Azure Rights Management
Updated: June 1, 2015
Applies To: Azure Rights Management, Office 365
This information is for IT administrators and consultants who have deployed Azure Rights Management. If you are looking for user help and information about how to use Rights Management for a specific application, use the help and guidance that accompanies your application.
For example, for Office applications, click the Help icon and enter search terms such as Rights Management or IRM. For the RMS sharing application for Windows, see the Rights Management sharing application user guide.
This section contains operations information for after you have configured Azure Rights Management:
If you’re new to Azure RMS, you might find the Getting Started with Azure Rights Management section useful, because it contains information to help you learn more about Azure RMS and how it can help you to protect information in your organization.
If you’re looking for deployment instructions for Azure RMS, see Configuring Azure Rights Management. And if you’re a Windows PowerShell user, or just want to see how you can administer Azure RMS from the command line, see Administering Azure Rights Management by Using Windows PowerShell.