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Azure Rights Management Deployment Roadmap
Aplica-se a: Azure Rights Management, Office 365
|Importante|Make sure that your Azure or Office 365 tenant contains the user accounts and groups that will be used by Azure RMS to authenticate users from your organization. If necessary, create these account and groups, or synchronize them from your on-premises directory. For more information, see Preparing for Azure Rights Management. Decide whether you want Microsoft to manage your tenant key (the default), or generate and manage your tenant key yourself (known as bring your own key, or BYOK). Note that currently, you cannot use BYOK if you use Exchange Online. For more information, see Planning and Implementing Your Azure Rights Management Tenant Key. Install the Windows PowerShell module for Rights Management on at least one computer that has Internet access. You can do this step now, or later. For more information, see Installing Windows PowerShell for Azure Rights Management. If you are currently using on-premises Rights Management services: Perform a migration to move the keys, templates, and URLs to the cloud. For more information, see Migrating from AD RMS to Azure Rights Management. Activate Rights Management so that you can begin to use the service. If a phased deployment is required, configure user onboarding controls to restrict usage to specific users. For more information, see Activating Azure Rights Management. Custom templates if the default rights policy templates are not sufficient for your organization. You can do this step now, or later. For more information, see Configuring Custom Templates for Azure Rights Management. Usage logging so that you can monitor how your organization is using Rights Management. You can do this step now, or later. For more information, see Logging and Analyzing Azure Rights Management Usage.