Microsoft 70-346 Exam

You need to enable Azure Rights Management for only the Development security group. Which Windows PowerShell cmdlet should you run?

You have an Office 365 tenant that uses an Enterprise E3 subscription. You activate Azure Rights Management for the tenant.
You must test the service with the Development security group before you deploy Azure Rights Management for all users.
You need to enable Azure Rights Management for only the Development security group.
Which Windows PowerShell cmdlet should you run?

  • A. Enable-Aadrm
  • B. New-AadrmRightsDefinition
  • C. Enable-AadrmSuperUserFeature
  • D. Add-AadrmSuperUser
  • E. Set-AadrmOnboardingControlPolicy
Answer: Option E.
Explanation: 

The Set-AadrmOnboardingControlPolicy cmdlet sets the policy that controls user on-boarding for Azure Rights Management. This cmdlet supports a gradual deployment by controlling which users in your organization can protect content by using Azure Rights Management.
Example:
Restrict Azure RMS to users who are members of a specified group
This command allows only users that are members of the security group withthe specified object ID to protect content by using Azure Rights Management. The command applies to Windows clients and mobile devices.

Windows PowerShell –
PS C:\> Set-AadrmOnboardingControlPolicy -UseRmsUserLicense $False-SecurityGroupObjectId “f
References:
https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/powershell/module/aadrm/set-aadrmonboardingcontrolpolicy?view=azureipps

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