As promised here is the first of my posts following up my presentation at UK TechDays 2010.
The topic of the talk was Exchange 2010 Information Protection and Compliance.
The whole day went very well and I believe, it was a full house at approx. 380 people. Even at the end of my slot, the last of the day, there were still well over half the audience left!
Key questions that were raised after my session were around the use of Transport rules and the flexibility they offer, the use of MailTips as a user prompt based on message content and what the future holds for Exchange Hosted Services archive.
Over the next couple of weeks I will be posting further articles on setup of the demo labs for my presentation and will try and address the above questions too!
For now, here are my slides:
I’ve been playing around with AD RMS and Exchange 2010 integration and believe have come across a documentation error.
First a quick summary of the feature from the help file:
Enabling journal report decryption allows the Journaling agent to attach a decrypted copy of a rights-protected message to the journal report. Before you enable journal report decryption, you must add the Federated Delivery mailbox to the super users group configured on your Active Directory Rights Management Services (AD RMS) server.
In the follow doc which describes how to configure (enable/disable) journal report decryption:
The command to enable journal report decryption is wrong:
It currently reads:
Set-IRMConfiguration -JournalReportEncryptionEnabled $true
I believe it should read
Microsoft have logged the bug so hopefully there will be an updated copy soon!