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KB Article: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2711170
Assume that you try to do one of the following:
You do this by using a Windows Live ID on a computer that is running Windows XP or Windows Vista. However, in this situation, you receive the following error message:
Information rights Management Configuration Wizard cannot complete.An error has occurred.Your computer cannot be configured at this time because the Account Certification Service is not available. Please run this wizard again later. To close this wizard, click Cancel.
Additionally, you receive the following error message in Microsoft Outlook:
This service is temporarily unavailable. Ensure that you have connectivity to the server. This error could be caused because you are working offline, your proxy settings are preventing your connection, or you are experiencing intermittent network issues.
You may also receive a certificate warning that matches one of the following:
The Certificate Issuer for this site is untrusted or unknown.The certificate you are viewing does not match the name of the site you are trying to view.
I have attempted to correct this problem for two days, following every suggestion I have found with a web search, and I still cannot use restricted access in PowerPoint 2010. I tried the Mr. Fix-it for the problem as well as walking through the steps myself manually; however, it still does not work. I also restored back as far as I could with no change to the condition. I appreciate any help you can give me if, in fact, a fix has been located for this problem.
Wendy, I think this is new, and we are among the first to report it. I see that somebody called Ganttman has reported a similar thing at social.technet.microsoft.com/.../windows-rights-management-account-certification-service. You are both reporting it on 3rd Aug 2013 and I first noticed it on 4 Aug 2013 here in Australia.
Which indicates that the problem is not at our end, it's with Microsoft. They have done this before. I can't remember the details, but they mis-managed their IRM servers a few years back, locking out countless thousands of people from their protected documents because they let a certificate expire, or something like that...
This is a f**king unmitigated disaster. I've lost all faith in MS products.
same issue here... beautiful...no access to sensitive data...
I tried on 4 different computers, with different versions of xls and windows 7 and 8... same issue...