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    Trying to protect a SharePoint Farm with DPM 2007 SP1 or DPM 2010 may result in errors if SQL aliasing is being utilized
    Describes an issue in which a user receives an error message when they try to use Information Rights Management (IRM) to protect content or try to access IRM-protected content in Office 365 dedicated.
    Fixes an issue that occurs in Windows Server 2008. Specifically, the "Terminal Services" service cannot protect a console session from being disconnected.
    Describes an issue that occurs when a user tries to protect content by using Information Rights Management in Microsoft Office 365 dedicated.
    When you use Protect Form in a database, you should not be able to change the formatting of text, such as the font or style. With Protect Form in use, the Font and Style command under the Format menu and the Bold, Italic and Underline toolbar buttons...
    This step-by-step article describes how to configure the URLScan security tool to protect ASP.NET Web applications. URLScan is an Internet Server API (ISAPI) filter that screens and monitors HTTP requests for Internet Information Server 4.0, Internet...
    When you create a custom form in Microsoft Outlook 97, you can protect your form from changes by other users. The simplest way to accomplish this is by assigning a password to the form.
    Describes a problem in which error 0x80990D11 is generated when you use Data Protection Manager 2007 to protect a SQL Server database. A resolution is provided.
    When you use Data Protection Manager 2007 (DPM) to protect SQL Server on Windows Server 2003 you may find the jobs remain in a synchronizing state and never finish. The jobs do not respond to a cancel command and the protected server requires a restart...
    Describes how Groove maintains the security of a workspace and helps protect data sent over a non-secure network.

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