PowerShell: Goodbye old Azure Rights Management module

Today I decided to say goodbye to a PowerShell command module, its name is Azure Rights Management, for short AADRM. Why? If you remember or read my old blog post about Rights Management in Azure then you know why I am saying Goodbye to it. Remember the old Azure Portal? https://manage.windowsazure.com

Before saying Goodbye, I was glad to experience this generation of Azure Rights Management, in 2017 and seeing the improvement and growth of it makes me happy. Now I am moving forward to the AIP Service module, where the new Rights Management named “Azure Information Protection”. AADRM End-of-life is on July 2020. During my first experience with AADRM, it was quite complicated to understand and manage it, because of its commands different from what I usually do.

Alright to install AIP Service module, what you should do first? When you already have AADRM installed, you have to uninstall it via PowerShell Run as Administrator. If you try to install the AIP Service module before uninstalling AADRM, it will give you an error saying “You already have the following commands ‘Get-AADRM and etc…’“.

This new AIP Service Module contains the new commands which are the AIP Service commands, don’t worry this new module still has the AADRM commands.

aip01.PNG If you happen to have MFA enabled, AADRM module and the new AIP service module does support.

 

 

Author: sabrinaksy

Just a little girl who love what she does best.

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