Configuring Exchange Server 2019 to Use ADRMS

December 23rd, 2018 | Posted by admin in Azure Information Protection | Exchange | EXchange 2019

ADRMS service provides Information Rights Management protection to Exchange Server, SharePoint Servers and File Servers. When using ADRMS, we can configure Protection Templates like Do Not Reply All, View Only etc and made them available for end users to apply those templates on email or documents to protect the confidential documents and emails.

We need to deploy ADRMS service in On-Premise environment with the required templates and need to publish those templates for end users to consume it. I have the ADMRS Infrastructure in my lab and Exchange Server 2019 installed.

Exchange Server will have the below IRM configuration as default

And users will be prompted to Connect to Rights Management Servers to get the IRM templates published by an administrator

Configuring Exchange Server 2019 to use ADRMS

Setting up Exchange Server to use IRM is simple, we need to set the InternalLicensingEnabled parameter on the Set-IRMConfiguration command to True. Below shows the settings change.

Exchange will do a SCP lookup and do the IRM configuration.

User is able to access the IRM template now after the ADRMS service deployment and the IRM configuration in Exchange.

IRM Template from OWA

I have a plan to show case the demo on IRM configuration change from ADRMS to Azure RMS for Exchange Server 2019. I will post it later.

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