Thursday, 29 August 2013

Windows PowerShell cmdlets for Windows Azure AD Rights Management service

Windows PowerShell cmdlets for Windows Azure AD Rights Management service
Cmdlet
Description
Connect-AadrmService
Opens a connection to the Windows Azure AD Rights Management service.
Disconnect-AadrmService
Closes a connection to the Windows Azure AD Rights Management service.
Disable-Aadrm
Disables the Windows Azure AD Rights Management service.
Enable-Aadrm
Enables the Windows Azure AD Rights Management service.
Get-AadrmConfiguration
Returns the current configuration of Windows Azure AD Rights Management, including information on all features states, and configuration data for rights management.
Add-AadrmRoleBasedAdministrator
Adds a member user or group to the list of those that are able to administer Windows Azure AD Rights Management.
Get-AadrmRoleBasedAdministrator
Lists the member users or groups that can administer Windows Azure AD Rights Management.
Remove-AadrmRoleBasedAdministrator
Removes a member user or group from the list of those that are able to administer Windows Azure AD Rights Management.
Get-AadrmAdminLog
Generates a log of administrative commands performed against the Windows Azure AD Rights Management service.
Enable-AadrmSuperUserFeature
Enables the Windows Azure AD Rights Management super user feature to provide all rights to access protected content for specified users.
Add-AadrmSuperUser
Assigns super user rights to a user by e-mail address within your organization.
Get-AadrmSuperUser
Lists users within your organization who have super user privileges.
Remove-AadrmSuperUser
Removes super user rights from a user by e-mail address within your organization.
Get-AadrmMigrationUrl
Returns the currently set migration URL for Windows Azure AD Rights Management installations that have migrated to AD RMS.
Set- AadrmMigrationUrl
Sets the migration URL for use in migrating away from Windows Azure AD Rights Management.


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