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Issues with IRM Information Rights Management

Posted By:      Posted Date: October 15, 2010    Points: 0   Category :SharePoint

I am doing some testing with IRM.  It works fine outside Sharepoint.

I created two Libraries in Sharepoint - one with IRM enabled, the other without.

When I open a Word document from Sharepoint, that was IRM-enabled before putting it in the either Library, IRM works fine.

When I open a Word document from the non-IRM-enabled Library, that did not have IRM-enabled before putting it in either Library, there is no IRM, as expected.

When I try to open a Word document from the IRM-enabled Library, and that document did not have IRM on it before uploading to Sharepoint, it fails with the error:

"The internet address 'http:/sp.domain.com/IT/RIghts Management Test/testdoc.doc" is not valid."

I have full rights in the Library.  There are no errors in any of the server Event Logs.

What does this mean?  How do I fix it?


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