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Step by Step Installing ADRMS

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Active Directory Right Management Service used to be called RMS in Windows Server 2003 and Microsoft change its name to ADRMS since Windows Server 2008

  1. Prepare your database
    ADRMS require a database to store the configurations, you can use either SQL server for the database or just use Windows Internal Database which ADRMS will create one for you
    However, if you choose Windows Internal Database, you will lose the ability to scale out
    In my case, let me just create a new SQL instance just for ADRMS

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As you can see above, I just created a new SQL instance called “ADRMS” on my SQL server

  1. Create a service account for ADRMS

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  1. Prepare your SSL certificate for ADRMS (Optional)
    Depends on which DNS name you want to use for your ADRMS, in my case, I just request a wildcard SSL certificate from my CA since my ADRMS server is not just for ADRMS, I may use it for other purpose
    You can either use a wildcard certificate or a dedicate SSL certificate match your ADRMS DNS name (can be self-signed certificate, ADRMS can generate a self-signed certificate for you), or just use HTTP traffic instead of HTTPS traffic

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  1. Install the ADRMS server role

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  1. Configure the ADRMS

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  1. Log off and log on again

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  1. Don’t forget to create a DNS record for ADRMS

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Enjoying

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From <http://www.rickygao.com/category/adrms/>

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