In your new Office 365 "Azure Rights Management" video it is stated that you have to take two steps in order to setup Azure RMS. It is stated that you first have to "activate" the service and then via PowerShell you have to "enable" the service. I'm not clear on this as Microsoft's TechNet articles that I can find don't mention anything about this in their setup articles. Also, I just "activated" Azure RMS on our tenant via the Administration Portal, did not use PowerShell to enable and the service seems to be working fine. Did I miss something here please?
This is normally done when you're going to use the powershell to manage. Even though you can do what you did from the portal and it will work. Only if using powershell will have to activate it for your service, then enable it in the powershell.
Addendum: Apparently, this isn't necessarily the case after retrying the command again. It looks as if you do not activate in the portal, you can use the enable command from the powershell command for azure to activate and enable with one command.. I never tried it that way. I always activated it through the portal and then enabled the powershell command. ~Ronnie
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