Learn PowerPoint 2010: Advanced WRM Permissions

Created: Tuesday, February 21, 2012, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 3:45 am

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You have learned to sign up for Windows Rights Management (WRM) in a previous tutorial. Once you are signed up, you can provide permissions using WRM from within PowerPoint 2010. In this tutorial you will learn how to revoke permissions, add new permissions, and also create custom permission levels. For any of the permissions to work, users need to be connected online so that the WRM servers can be accessed for authentication. So, make sure you are connected online, and thereafter follow these steps.

Learn about advanced Windows Rights Management permissions in PowerPoint 2010.

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