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Now that you understand the various requirements and processes that make up an AD RMS installation, you are ready to proceed. Ensure that you have prepared all the requirements listed in Table 16-1, and then perform the following steps. Install AD RMS 1. Log on to a member server running Windows Server 2008, using Enterprise Administrative credentials. This server can be running Windows Server 2008 Standard Edition, Windows Server 2008 Enterprise Edition, or Windows Server 2008 Datacenter Edition.
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Do not install AD RMS on a domain controller. Use a member server only! With the advent of virtualization, aside from the operating system licensing aspect, there is no longer any reason to create multipurpose domain controllers. Each virtual machine can have its own purpose and run independently of all other services.
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2. Launch Server Manager from the Administrative Tools program group. 3. Right-click the Roles node in the tree pane, and select Add Roles. 4. Review the Before You Begin information, and click Next. 5. On the Select Server Roles page, select Active Directory Rights Management Services, and click Next. The Add Role Wizard will ask you to add the Web Server (IIS) role with the required features, Windows Process Activation Service (WPAS), and Message Queuing. 6. Click Add Required Role Services if these services weren t installed prior to the installation of AD RMS. Click Next when you are ready. 7. On the Active Directory Rights Management Services page, review the information about the selected role, and then click Next. 8. On the Select Role Services page, make sure the Active Directory Rights Management Server check box is selected, and then click Next. Do not choose the Identity Federation Support option at this time. You cannot install this option until the AD FS federation relationship has been created. 9. On the Create Or Join An AD RMS Cluster page, select Create A New AD RMS Cluster option, and then click Next. If the cluster was already created and you were installing a second server, you would select Join An Existing AD RMS cluster because there can be only one cluster per forest. 10. On the Select Configuration Database page, select the Use A Different Database Server, and then click Next. If you choose to use Windows Internal Database to host the AD RMS databases for a singleserver installation, steps 11 and 12 are not required. Keep in mind that when you use a WID instance, you will not be able to join other servers to this cluster. Use WID only in test environments if you do not have the resources to create a proper database server. 11. Click Select to locate the server that hosts the database, type the name, and then click Check Names. Click OK. 12. In the Database Instance drop-down list, select the appropriate instance, click Validate, and then click Next.
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13. On the Specify Service Account page, click Specify, type the domain user account and password that should be used as the AD RMS service account, click OK, and then click Next. Remember that this account must be a member of the local Administrators group. 14. On the Configure AD RMS Cluster Key Storage page, select Use CSP Key Storage, and then click Next. You choose to protect the AD RMS cluster key by using a cryptographic storage provider because it is a more secure protection method. You will need to select the storage provider and then install this certificate on each new AD RMS server before you can add them to the root cluster. You can also store the key in the AD RMS database, but doing so is less secure than with a cryptographic service provider (CSP). 15. On the Specify AD RMS Cluster Key page, select the CSP to use. You can select either software or hardware cryptographic service providers. Use the one that best fits your security policy guidelines, and select Create A New Key With The Selected CSP. Click Next. You can also use an existing key, but do so only when you are recovering from an unrecoverable configuration database. 16. On the Select AD RMS Cluster Web Site page, select the Web site where you want to install the AD RMS Web services, and click Next. If you did not prepare the Web site beforehand, the name of the Web site will be Default Web Site. 17. On the Specify Cluster Address page, select Use An SSL-Encrypted Connection (https://). As a security best practice, the AD RMS cluster should be provisioned by using an SSLencrypted connection. You should be using a certificate provided by a third-party commercial certification authority (CA) so that it can be automatically trusted by all parties. This certificate should already be installed on the server so that you can select it as you proceed through the installation. Do not use an unencrypted connection. You cannot rely on open connections if you intend to use Identity Federation for your AD RMS implementation. 18. In the Internal Address section of the Specify Cluster Address page, type the fully qualified domain name (FQDN) of the AD RMS cluster, and click Validate. If validation succeeds, click Next. This must be a valid FQDN, which cannot be changed afterward. If you want to change the default port on which AD RMS communicates, you can do it on this page of the wizard as well. You must do it now because you will not be able to change it at a later date. 19. Click Validate, and then click Next. 20. On the Choose A Server Authentication Certificate For SSL Encryption page, select Choose An Existing Certificate For SSL Encryption (Recommended), select the certificate you installed, and then click Next.
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