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I have a Windows Server 2008 configured for AD RMS (Active Directory Rights Management Service), another Windows Server 2008 machine that is the domain controller, and a third machine that is a member of the domain I've created to be a client.

How can I use a token in this scenario to provide access to every document with credentials on it in the client machine?

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Is the question that you want to protect all the documents on a computer with RMS? – Bernie White Oct 12 '14 at 23:50

You would use the token to authenticate the user to the machine. RMS uses a client certificate granted by the windows authenticated user to access the RMS protected document.

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