For those of you that don't know, the ADRMS development team actually has their own blog. They have been posting articles out there with some good information, and it is an 'official' ADRMS blog, unlike mine, which is just a bunch of crazy ramblings I've put together in the early morning hours so I have a public repository of things I need to remember. Plus, I'm not allowed at the local stand-up comedy club anymore. Those people just don't appreciate the humor of someone installing ADRMS on a Domain Controller, that only my audience here does.
Plus...when you make comments on their blog, it actually goes to the team that is writing and designing the product. If there is something you want to see in the product, or something you don't like and would like to see changed, or if you just want to write a long story about how ADRMS helped you survive your horrific life-altering ordeal in the Australian outback, you can rest assured that the team responsible for ADRMS will be reading it. Not that I don't love those stories, and all of the comments and questions I get, but now you have *two* places to ask, and as I always say 4-1/2 heads are better that 2-1/4.
ADRMS Team Blog
UPDATE: Rather than waste a whole new post to tell people this I'll post it here. I just put *all* of the click-through demos I have in my previous click-through post. http://blogs.technet.com/rmssupp/archive/2009/02/04/click-through-demos-they-re-the-cats-pajamas.aspx . You're welcome.
I have recently installed ADRMS and am now in the final stages of testing.
I have an issue where formulas that are linked references between pages in an Excel 2003 spreadsheet turn to #REF when Extract is disable via the ADRMS template policy.
I have tested this on both Excel 2003 & Excel 2007, logging on as the same user, to the same document and it only happens on Excel 2003.
I have tried creating new files, and also applying permissions to various old files.
This looks to be a bug in the ADRMS add-on for Excel 2003. Do you know of a fix or workaround to this problem?
This is the main issue that is holding us back from a full ADRMS rollout.
richard (at) rickdigital (dot) com