Administer Rights Management – Lesson 2.3

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Mock Exam Question

To protect files and e=mails, you have activated Azure Rights Management (RMS), which is natively supported by O365. You will also be using other services that will require Azure RMS. Which of the following also support RMS and requires no additional configuration?

A. Office 2010

B. Exchange Online

C. SharePoint Online

D. Office 2013

 

Explanation: Office 2013 natively supports Azure RMS, wich mean it requires no additional config to enable it. All that is required is for users to login into O365 as RMS starts protecting files and email. To enable RMS for Office 2010, RM sharing application for Windows must be configured.

SharePoint & Exchange Online does not support RMS by default, as using RMS with SharePoint & Exchange online will initially require configuring the information rights management (IRM) service.

 

Correct answers: D – Office 2013

Office 365 allows you to access various productivity services such as Office applications, Lync web conferencing, and Exchange Online over the Internet. Since all of these services are hosted outside your organization, a feature can be enabled that helps to protect documents, e-mail, and the sharing of the data. What should you do in Office 365 to help protect information? Choose the best option(s) from those listed below.

A: Create an SPF record

B: Enable rights management

C: Configure the firewall to block port 443

D: Configure file store and sharing

Explanation:
To help protect information, rights management should be activated. In Office 365, Windows Azure Activate Directory Rights Management is used to protect documents and e-mails as well as allowing data to be securely shared. To enable rights management, you must login to the Office 365 portal, and then access the service settings. In the service settings page, select rights management, click Manage, and then click activate.

Correct Option(s): B: Enable rights management 

 

Incorrect Option(s):

  • A: Create an SPF record – A Sender Policy Framework (SPF) is a DNS record used to prevent people from using your domain to send spam or malicious e-mails. This action is not used to protect documents, e-mails, and data sharing. 
  • C: Configure the firewall to block port 443 – There are several ports that should be configured for firewall access when Office 365 is deployed. Configuring the firewall to block port 443 will prevent various applications from working properly such as the Office 365 portal, SharePoint Online, and Lync client. This action is not used to protect documents, e-mails, and data sharing. 
  • D: Configure file store and sharing – File storage and sharing is one of the features included with Office 365. The file storage and sharing feature uses OneDrive for Business to provide cloud storage to each user where users can access the cloud storage from anywhere. Documents can also be shared with users inside and outside the organization, as well as control who can view and edit the files. This action is not used to protect documents, e-mails, and data sharing. 

Azure Rights Management is used with Office 365 to protect content. Content created with Microsoft Office applications can be protected with Rights Management. Some configurations of applications and services are required to support Azure Rights Management. Which statement about client configuration and the ability to use Azure Rights Management RMS with Office 2010 is valid? Choose the best option(s) from those listed below.

A: No client computer configuration is required.

B: Information rights management service needs to be configured for SharePoint Online.

C: Information rights management service needs to be configured for Exchange Online.

D: Rights Management sharing application is required.

Explanation:
With Office 2010, client computers are required to have the Rights Management (RMS) sharing application for Windows Installed. The RMS sharing application installs an Office add-in which allows the RMS sharing app to work with Office applications. The Office add-in enables users to protect files and e-mails using the ribbon.

Correct Option(s): D: Rights Management sharing application is required. 

 

Incorrect Option(s):

  • A: No client computer configuration is required. – Client configurations are required to support Azure Rights Management. Client computers will require the Rights Management (RMS) sharing application.
  • B: Information rights management service needs to be configured for SharePoint Online. – Information rights management service needs to be configured for SharePoint Online to support Azure RMS. It is not the requirement for client computers to use Azure RMS with Office 2010. 
  • C: Information rights management service needs to be configured for Exchange Online. – Information rights management service needs to be configured for Exchange Online to support Azure RMS. It is not the requirement for client computers to use Azure RMS with Office 2010. 

 

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