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The Microsoft Rights Management (RMS) sharing application for Windows helps you keep important documents and pictures safe from people who shouldn't see them, even if you email them or save them to another device. This application is also used to open files that are protected by other people using the same Rights Management technology.
If you would like to protect non MS Office document file (e.g. PDF and image) with restricted access permission and share it by email, RMS sharing application can help you.For more details, please refer tohttps://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dn339006(v=ws.10).aspx
For Office 2013 users, RMS sharing application will be installed silently and automatically to your staff PC.
(Staff may download it directly from http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=40857 if you are not using a staff LAN PC.)
For Office 2010 users, RMS sharing application needs to be installed manually with the following steps.
To protect non MS Office document file (e.g. PDF and image) with restricted access permission and share it by email:
(Note: PDFs protection can only be done on Windows.)
When you protect a file in-place, it replaces the original, unprotected file. You can then leave the file where it is, and copy it to another folder or device. You can also attach the protected file to an email message.
To protect a file on a device (protect in-place),
If you later want to remove the protection from a file, right-click the file, click Protect in-place, and then click Remove Protection (Note: You must be an owner of the file to remove the protection.).
When the Rights Management (RMS) sharing application is installed on your computer, you could view a protected file by simply double-clicking it. The file may be an attachment in an email message, or you may see it when you use File Explorer.
How the file is opened depends on its file name extension. Protected MS Office document files can be opened by Office 2010 and 2013 that are enlightened for RMS. For protected files with .ppdf/.ptxt/.pjpg/.ppng/.pgif/.pfile file name extension, they can be opened by using RMS sharing application.
RMS sharing application is available in various perform, including Windows, Mac OS X, iOS, and Android, but only Windows version can add protection to PDFs.
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