Your network contains an Active Directory domain named corp.contoso.com. You deploy Active Directory Rights Management Services (AD RMS).
You have a rights policy template named Template1. Revocation is disabled for the template. A user named User1 can open content that is protected by Template1
while the user is connected to the corporate network.
When User1 is disconnected from the corporate network, the user cannot open the protected content even if the user previously opened the content.
You need to ensure that the content protected by Template1 can be opened by users who are disconnected from the corporate network.
What should you modify?
A. The User Rights settings of Template1
B. The templates file location of the AD RMS cluster
C. The Extended Policy settings of Template1
D. The exclusion policies of the AD RMS cluster
The extended rights policy of a template controls how content licenses are to be implemented. The extended rights policy template settings are specified by using
the Active Directory Rights Management Services (AD RMS) administration site. The available settings control persistence of author rights, whether trusted
browsers are supported, license persistence within the content, and enforcement of any application-specific data.
You can add trust policies so that AD RMS can process licensing requests for content that was rights protected.
Reference: Extended Policy Template Information; AD RMS and Server Design