Using Identity Federation with Active Directory Rights Management Services Step-by-Step Guide

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Using Identity Federation with Active Directory Rights Management Services Step-by-Step Guide
About This Guide
What This Guide Does Not Provide
Deploying AD RMS with Identity Federation Support in a Test Environment
Step 1: Setting up the CP&L Enterprises Domain
Install Windows Server 2008 Enterprise on the AD FS resource partner (ADFS-RESOURCE)
Create the ADFSADMIN user account
Add the ADFSADMIN user account to the local Administrators group on ADFS-RESOURCE
Step 2: Setting up the Trey Research Domain
Configure the domain controller (TREY-DC)
Install Windows Server 2003 with SP2 on TREY-DC
Install Active Directory
Raise the domain functional level to Windows Server 2003
Configure a DNS forwarder
Create user accounts
Configure the computer for the federation account partner (ADFS-ACCOUNT)
Configure the AD RMS-enabled client computer (ADRMS-CLNT2)
Step 3: Installing and Configuring AD FS
Install the Federation Service on ADFS-RESOURCE and ADFS-ACCOUNT
Configure ADFS-ACCOUNT to work with AD RMS
Configure ADFS-RESOURCE to Work with AD RMS
Step 4: Configuring ADRMS-SRV to Work with AD FS
Grant security audit privileges to the AD RMS service account
Add the AD RMS extranet cluster URLs
Add the AD RMS Identity Federation Support role service
Enable Identity Federation Support in the Active Directory Rights Management Services console
Step 5: Verifying AD RMS Functionality

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