Working with AD RMS

In powershell is quite a hassle…

You need this
And this

Yes, that are the only cmdlets available…

Import-Module AdRmsAdmin
Import-Module adrms

First you need to create the virtual drive using new-pssdrive
Call it whatever you want

 new-psdrive -name test -psprovider adrmsadmin -root https://localhost

Browse to it

set-location test:\trustpolicy
or simply cd test:\

And now you have a virtual “drive” containing all the rms configuration.
You can even “dir”  and “cd” in it!

PS test:\trustpolicy\TrustedPublishingDomain> dir
Hive: Microsoft.RightsManagementServices.Admin\AdRmsAdmin::test:\trustpolicy\TrustedPublishingDomain
Id         DisplayName           Type                  CSP                   KeyContainer          CryptoMode
 --         -----------           ----                  ---                   ------------          ----------
 100        tsfdemo2013app1       Internal              AD RMS centrally m... AD RMS centrally m... 2

Here, you can run the cmdlets from the links mentioned above

 PS test:\trustpolicy\TrustedPublishingDomain> Export-RmsTPD -Path .\100 -SavedFile C:\users\tsfadmin.CORP\Desktop\file12
 cmdlet Export-RmsTPD at command pipeline position 1
 Supply values for the following parameters:
 Password: **************
 Please type in a confirmed password:**************
 PS test:\trustpolicy\TrustedPublishingDomain>

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