Enable-Aadrm

Activates Rights Management for your organization.

Syntax

Enable-Aadrm [<CommonParameters>]

Description

The Enable-Aadrm cmdlet enables your organization to use Azure Rights Management when you have a subscription that includes this service.
You can also do this action in a management portal. For more information, see Activating Azure Rights Management on the Microsoft documentation site).
The Azure Rights Management service must be activated before you can begin to use information rights management (IRM) features in Office applications and before you can protect documents and emails by using other applications that use Azure Rights Management.
When you activate Rights Management, you turn on this service for all rights-enabled applications and services, but some applications and services and might need further configuration before they can use Azure Rights Management.
For more information about activating Rights Management and a link to information about the service plans that include Azure Rights Management, see Activating Azure Rights Management (https://docs.microsoft.com/rights-management/deploy-use/activate-service) on the Microsoft documentation site.
For more information about other deployment steps that might be needed, see the Deployment Roadmap (https://docs.microsoft.com/rights-management/plan-design/deployment-roadmap).

Examples

Example 1: Enable Rights Management

PS C:\>Enable-Aadrm

This command activates Rights Management for your organization.