RightsTemplatePolicy.PublishingFilePath property

The PublishingFilePath property specifies or retrieves the UNC path for the rights templates.

Syntax


RightsTemplatePolicy.PublishingFilePath

Property value

This property specifies or returns a string that contains the path.

Remarks

Before a template can be used, it must be distributed to the client computer. You can use a mechanism such as Group Policy to distribute templates throughout the organization from a shared folder. The shared folder path must be specified by using the Universal Naming Convention (UNC). The format is \\ServerName\ShareName\Path\FileName. Templates are also stored in the configuration database, and when a user requests a license, the server applies the template from the database.

Note  Templates can also be retrieved by using the AcquireTemplates web method in the AD RMS SDK.

Examples


DIM config_manager
DIM admin_role

' *******************************************************************
' Create and initialize a ConfigurationManager object.

SUB InitObject()

  CALL WScript.Echo( "Create ConfigurationManager object...")
  SET config_manager = CreateObject _
    ("Microsoft.RightsManagementServices.Admin.ConfigurationManager")      
  CheckError()
    
  CALL WScript.Echo( "Initialize...")
  admin_role=config_manager.Initialize(false,"localhost",80,"","","")
  CheckError()

END SUB

' *******************************************************************
' Retrieve the template collection path object.

SUB GetTemplatePath()

  DIM template_manager

  SET template_manager = config_manager.RightsTemplatePolicy
  CheckError()

  CALL WScript.Echo( "The collection path is " _
                     & template_manager.PublishingFilePath)

END SUB

' *******************************************************************
' Error checking function.

FUNCTION CheckError()
  CheckError = Err.number
  IF Err.number <> 0 THEN
    CALL WScript.Echo( vbTab & "*****Error Number: " _
                       & Err.number _
                       & " Desc:" _
                       & Err.Description _
                       & "*****")
    WScript.StdErr.Write(Err.Description)
    WScript.Quit( Err.number )
  END IF
END FUNCTION

' *******************************************************************
' Generate a runtime error.

SUB RaiseError(errId, desc)
  CALL Err.Raise( errId, "", desc )
  CheckError()
END SUB

Requirements

Minimum supported client

None supported

Minimum supported server

Windows Server 2008

Assembly

Microsoft.RightsManagementServices.Admin.dll

See also

RightsTemplatePolicy

 

 

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