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AD RMS Administration Cmdlets in Windows PowerShell

Windows Server 2012 R2 and Windows 8.1

Windows PowerShell® is a task-based command-line shell and scripting language designed especially for system administration. This reference topic for the information technology (IT) professional provides assistance in utilizing the Windows PowerShell cmdlets to script and automate tasks.

Active Directory Rights Management Services - Administration

This topic contains brief descriptions of the Windows PowerShell® cmdlets that are for use in administering in Windows Server® 2012. Each cmdlet in the table is linked to additional information about that cmdlet. These cmdlets give you the ability to administer an cluster using Windows PowerShell.

noteNote
The server role is supported by two sets of Windows PowerShell cmdlets. The set discussed in this topic assists in administering , and the other set is used to deploying and configuring an cluster. For more information on deploying and configuring using Windows PowerShell, see AD RMS Deployment Cmdlets in Windows Server 2012.

For complete information about using Windows PowerShell to install or remove , see Using Windows PowerShell to Deploy AD RMS.

 

Cmdlet Description

Export-RmsReportDefinitionLanguage

Exports all report definition (.rdl) files for this version of .

Export-RmsTPD

Exports a trusted publishing domain (TPD) in .

Export-RmsTUD

Exports a trusted user domain (TUD) in .

Get-RmsCertChain

Generates a report containing information about the certificate chain of a particular user request for the cluster.

Get-RmsCertInfo

Generates a report containing information about a particular certificate used in a user request for the cluster.

Get-RmsChildCert

Returns all child certificates from a parent certificate used in a user request for the cluster.

Get-RmsEncryptedIL

Returns use-license information from an issuance license used in a user request for the cluster.

Get-RmsRequestInfo

Generates a report containing information about a particular user request for the cluster.

Get-RmsSvcAccount

Gets service account credentials for an cluster.

Get-RmsSystemHealthReport

Generates a system health report of the cluster.

Get-RmsUserRequestReport

Generates a user requests statistical report for the cluster.

Import-RmsTPD

Imports a trusted publishing domain (TPD) from a file in .

Import-RmsTUD

Imports a trusted user domain (TUDs) from a file in or specifies to trust Microsoft account IDs.

Initialize-RmsCryptoMode2

Prepares an server for transitioning to Cryptographic Mode 2.

Install-RmsMfgEnrollment

Enrolls an server with Microsoft Federation Gateway.

Install-RmsMfgSupport

Adds Microsoft Federation Gateway support to an server.

Set-RmsSvcAccount

Sets the service account for an cluster.

Uninstall-RmsMfgEnrollment

Terminates the enrollment of an server with the Microsoft Federation Gateway.

Uninstall-RmsMfgSupport

Removes Microsoft Federation Gateway support from an server.

Update-RmsCluster

Updates the cluster information.

Update-RmsMfgEnrollment

Updates enrollment information for an server enrolled with the Microsoft Federation Gateway service.

TipTip
To display these cmdlets, you will need to run the following commands from Windows PowerShell. You need only run the Add-WindowsFeature cmdlet for the specific server role that you would like to add.

  • Add-WindowsFeature ADRMS – Adds the server role and all its related installation files.

  • Get-Command -Module ADRMSAdmin – Displays all the above cmdlets that are associated with administration.

For more information about—or for the syntax for—any of the deployment cmdlets, use the Get-Help <cmdlet name> cmdlet, where <cmdlet name> is the name of the cmdlet that you want to research. For more detailed information, you can run any of the following cmdlets:

  • Get-Help <cmdlet name> -Detailed

  • Get-Help <cmdlet name> -Full

  • Get-Help <cmdlet name> -Examples

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