Applies to: Active Directory Rights Management Services, Azure Information Protection, Office 365
Use the following information for Phase 3 of migrating from AD RMS to Azure Information Protection. These procedures cover step 7 from Migrating from AD RMS to Azure Information Protection.
When you cannot migrate all clients at once, run these procedures for batches of clients. For each user who has a Windows computer that you want to migrate in your batch, add the user to the AIPMigrated group that you created earlier.
Step 7. Reconfigure clients to use Azure Information Protection
This step uses migration scripts to reconfigure AD RMS clients. The scripts reset the configuration on Windows computers to use the Azure Rights Management service rather than AD RMS:
- Deletes the contents of all folders and registry keys used by the AD RMS client to store its configuration. This information includes the location of the client's AD RMS cluster.
Configures the client to initialize the user environment (bootstrap) for the Azure Rights Management service.
Configures the client to connect to your Azure Rights Management service to get use licenses for content that is protected by your AD RMS cluster.
Client reconfiguration by using registry edits
Return to the migration scripts, CleanUpRMS.cmd and MigrateClient.cmd, which you extracted previously.
Follow the instructions in MigrateClient.cmd to modify the script so that it contains your tenant's Azure Rights Management service URL, and also your server names for your AD RMS cluster extranet licensing URL and intranet licensing URL.
As before, be careful not to introduce additional spaces before or after your addresses.
In addition, if your AD RMS servers use SSL/TLS server certificates, check whether the licensing URL values include the port number 443 in the string. For example: https:// rms.treyresearch.net:443/_wmcs/licensing. You’ll find this information in the Active Directory Rights Management Services console when you click the cluster name and view the Cluster Details information. If you see the port number 443 included in the URL, include this value when you modify the script. For example, https://rms.treyresearch.net:443.
If you need to retrieve your Azure Rights Management service URL for <YourTenantURL>, refer back to To identify your Azure Rights Management service URL.
Run CleanUpRMS.cmd and then MigrateClient.cmd on the client computers that are used by the members of the AIPMigrated group. For example, create a group policy object that runs these scripts and assign it to this user group.
To continue the migration, go to phase 4 -supporting services configuration.
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