Requirement #3 for Azure Rights Management: Client Devices

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Yoshi Munchakoopas
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Use the following sections to identify which devices support Azure Rights Management (RMS), and which RMS capabilities they support.


The following computer operating systems support Azure Rights Management:

Mobile Devices

The following mobile device operating systems support Azure Rights Management:

Client Device Capabilities

Not all supported client devices currently support all RMS capabilities. Use the following table to identify which applications support the RMS capabilities, and the exceptions.

Unless stated otherwise, the supported capabilities apply to both Azure RMS and AD RMS. In addition, AD RMS support on iOS, Android, OS X, and Windows Phone 8.1 requires Active Directory Rights Management Services Mobile Device Extension.

Information about the table columns:

Device OS Word, Excel, PowerPoint Protected PDF Email Other File Types
Windows Office 2010, Office 2013, Office Mobile apps (Azure RMS only)1, Office Online2 Gaaiho Doc, GigaTrust Desktop PDF Client for Adobe, Foxit Reader, Nitro PDF Reader, RMS sharing app Outlook 2010, Outlook 2013, Outlook Web App (OWA), Windows Mail3 RMS sharing application for Windows: Text, images, pfile, Siemens JT2Go: JT files (Windows 10 only)
iOS Office for iPad and iPhone4, Office Online2, TITUS Docs Foxit Reader, RMS sharing app, TITUS Docs NitroDesk, Outlook for iPad and iPhone3, OWA for iOS, Secure Islands IQProtector1, TITUS Mail RMS sharing app: Text, images, pfile, TITUS Docs: Pfile
Android GigaTrust App for Android, Office Online GigaTrust App for Android, Foxit Reader, RMS sharing app 9Folders, GigaTrust App for Android, NitroDesk, OWA for Android5, Samsung Email (S3 and later), Secure Islands IQProtector, TITUS Classification for Mobile RMS sharing app1: Text, images, pfile
OS X Office 2011 (AD RMS only), Office 2016 for Mac, Office Online Foxit Reader, RMS sharing app Outlook 2011 (AD RMS only), Outlook 2016 for Mac, Outlook for Mac RMS sharing app1: Text, images, pfile
Windows RT Office 2013 RT, Office Online Not supported Outlook 2013 RT, Mail app for Windows, Windows Mail Siemens JT2Go: JT files
Windows Phone 8.1 Office Mobile (AD RMS only) Office Mobile (AD RMS only) Outlook Mobile RMS sharing app: Text, images, pfile
Blackberry 10 Not supported Not supported Blackberry email Not supported

1 Supports viewing protected content.

2 Supports viewing protected content in SharePoint Online, OneDrive for Business, and Outlook Web Access.

3 Uses Exchange ActiveSync IRM, which must be enabled by the Exchange administrator. Users can view, reply, and reply all for protected email messages but users cannot protect new email messages themselves.

4 Supports viewing and editing protected documents. For more information, see the following post on the Office blog: Azure Rights Management support comes to Office for iPad and iPhone

5 For more information, see the following post on the Office blog: OWA for Android now available on select devices


For more information about upcoming RMS support in Office for different platforms, see the following post from the Office blog: Office everywhere, encryption everywhere