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  • PDF Encryption using AD RMS in command line?

    Hi
    after a lot of googleing , i didn't find out how can i protect a pdf file using Microsoft ADMRS role in Command line.
    actually i wanna protect pdf files in a folder using Microsoft FSRM( File Server Resource Management) and ADRMS ( Active Directory Resource Management Services NOT AADRMS that belongs to Azure!!) , so i realized i have to create a custom task in fsrm console to execute a command that protect pdf files manually ( like RMSBulk.exe ).does foxit has its own command line to encrypt pdf files using command line ?
    any help will be appreciated.

  • #2
    leo21

    If you are using Foxit SDK program, please help to mail to [email protected] and our SDK engineers will reply your letter as soon as possible.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by lyndi_wu View Post
      leo21

      If you are using Foxit SDK program, please help to mail to [email protected] and our SDK engineers will reply your letter as soon as possible.
      thanx for responding.
      i dont use foxit SDK because i am not a developer , as an IT administrator i just want to encrypt pdf files using commandline and adrms .
      i've heard about RMSBulk tool but it seems to be deprecated...
      i believe FOXIT does have a similar tool...

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      • #4
        leo21 If not SDK, Can you please install Foxit PhantomPDF then have a try? It supports to protect pdf file by AIP protection which provides seamless integration with Microsoft Windows Rights Management Services to protect PDF documents from unauthorized use and manage rights policy templates.
        Please visit Foxit site and download Foxit PhantomPDF Business: https://www.foxitsoftware.com/downloads/, please refer to User Manual to see detailed instruction. tks.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by amanda_liang View Post
          leo21 If not SDK, Can you please install Foxit PhantomPDF then have a try? It supports to protect pdf file by AIP protection which provides seamless integration with Microsoft Windows Rights Management Services to protect PDF documents from unauthorized use and manage rights policy templates.
          Please visit Foxit site and download Foxit PhantomPDF Business: https://www.foxitsoftware.com/downloads/, please refer to User Manual to see detailed instruction. tks.
          the fact is : Foxit phantom pdf encrypts the pdf that we opened , not a bunch of pdf files (ex: 200 pdf files) in a folder ,so i thought Foxit may have some solution to encrypt pdf files automatically using ADRMS. like what RMSBulk does ...
          i think Foxit is the only partnership with microsoft to do so and i believe there should be some reasonable way ...
          and again thanx for your responding

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          • #6
            leo21 Thanks for your response. According to your request,you could choose to apply RMS protection to multiple PDF files at the same time with the Batch Encrypt command under "
            Protect" tab in Foxit PhantomPDF.
            1. Click Protect > Batch Encrypt.
            2. In the Batch Encrypt dialog box, click Add Files… to add the files or folders you want to encrypt. (Tip: If choosing Add Files…, in the Open dialog box, you can navigate through your local disk to select local files or click Open from ECM to select files from OneDrive-Personal.) Use Move up, Move down, and Remove to adjust the order of the added files.
            3. Click Output Options…. In the pop-up dialog box, select the destination folder and click OK.
            4. Click OK in the Batch Encrypt dialog box.
            5. Choose a rights policy template in the pop-up dialog box and click Start
            Encryption.
            6. The encryption-process bar pops up to show the progress. When encryption is complete, the selected files will be encrypted and saved in the specified destination.
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