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اول شيء هذا ملف بيوضح طريقة تثبيته على الكمبيوتر خطوة بخطوة من مايكروسوفت
ثانيا انت لازم تعرف ان هذه السيرفيس لمنتجات مايكروسوفت تقريبا
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Microsoft Office System 2003 - Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlookثالثا هذا شرح بيوضح كيف تقوم بعمل صلاحية على بعض الملفات طبعا الشرح منقول من احد المواقع
Microsoft Office 2007 - Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, InfoPath
Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2003 (through the use of third party solutions such as those from GigaTrust and Liquid Machines)
Microsoft Visio 2007 and Project 2007 (through the use of third party solutions such as those from GigaTrus and Liquid Machines)
Adobe Acrobat Reader (through the use of third party solutions such as those from GigaTrust, FoxIt Software and Liquid Machines)
Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007
Exchange Server 2007
Exchange Server 2010
Internet Explorer (through use of the RM Add-on for IE)
IIS 6.0 (through the use of GigaTrust WebServer Add-on)
<b> To assign RM permissions to a document created in an Office 2003 program, click File | Permission. As shown in figure A, the default is Unrestricted Access.
FIGURE AIf you want to allow a user to view the document, but you don’t want him/her to be able to distribute it to others, select Do Not Distribute from the menu. This will display the Permission dialog box that is shown in Figure B.
FIGURE BAs you can see, you can enter users’ email addresses or select them from the Address Book. If you want the users to be able to read the document but do nothing to it, enter them in the Read text box. If you want them to be able to edit the document, but want to keep them from copying or printing it, enter them in the Change text box.
You can set permissions more granularly, or cause the user’s access to the document to expire completely on a specified date, by clicking the More Options button. This will display the dialog box shown in Figure C.
FIGURE CRemember that any users who are assigned rights with IRM will need to have certificates from an RM server. To open the document, they might have to install the client update software if this is the first time they’ve opened an RM protected document. If they don’t already have Passport accounts, they’ll need to create them. Finally, they’ll have to download RM certificates.
If you don’t have an RM server, you can use Microsoft’s public RM services for a trial period. If no RM server is found, you’ll be asked if you want to sign up for a free trial of the Microsoft RM service, as shown in Figure D.
FIGURE DWhen a document has been protected with IRM/RMS, users who have not been specifically given permissions will not be able to open the document. Even if you have given the user permission, he/she won’t be able to view the document unless:
Office 2003 is installed on his/her machine, or
The Internet Explorer add-on is installed and you have given permission for users to read the document with the browser (by checking the appropriate checkbox shown in Figure C).
The user will instead receive a message that says: “Permission for this document is currently restricted. This document can only be opened by using Microsoft Office 2003 or later. You can request the author of the document to send a copy that can be read using the Rights Management Add-on for Internet Explorer.”
When a user opens a restricted document, some options will be grayed out, depending on the permissions assigned. If the user has only Read permissions, for example, the Save options on the File menu (including Save as and Save as Web Page) will not be available, nor will the Print options.
Using IRM/RMS allows you to more precisely control the content in your documents and make it difficult to make unauthorized copies. Of course, a really determined person can still sit and retype the document, take a screenshot of the open document, or even take a photograph of the screen with the document open. As with all security, RMS cannot stop a determined thief; the goal is to slow him down or make things so difficult that he’ll decide it’s not worth it.