Adobe Reader and Acrobat Pro support AIP
Update Adobe Reader and Acrobat Pro to support AIP
Adobe has launched the preview of their integration of Acrobat Reader with Azure Information Protection.
See https://www.yammer.com/askipteam/#/threads/show?threadId=1171919567 for details.
Adobe Preview was released today supporting Microsoft AIP
Philip Worrell commented
3 months later still no update? Summer is technically over tomorrow. Was their a preview?
This blocks a lot of uptake on Azure information protection.
Talking to Microsoft about they points us to Adobe.
If there are technicalities or delays please advise. Thanks
Raf Cox commented
I recently learned that a new (?) setting is available to allow the AIP client to generate 32000-1 compliant protected PDFs (instead of PPDF): https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/information-protection/rms-client/client-admin-guide-customizations
however, current version of Adobe Reader will only show a short text that you will need to open with a compatible PDF reader and point to aka.ms/aippdf.
Has Adobe already announced that the standard reader will support this format soon? preview downloadable? thanks!
Adobe is still working on this update, with a target for a more complete preview during the summer. For more detailed updates I recommend contacting your Adobe account executive.
any update on this?
any update on this??
Philip Worrell commented
Any update on this one?
Just working with the new OME and seen that PDF's don't encrypt.
Also we use Esign from Adobe, is that also included with this?
Ben Stegink commented
Would appreciate an update/timeframe as well for this...
Andrew Flatt commented
An update would be appreciated...
Antonio Maio commented
Do we have any timing on when this support in Reader/Acrobat Pro will be released? Have a customer that is really looking forward to this.
Working on if from June, any update on this?
David Berier commented
Any updates to share?
Sherif Talaat commented
what about FoxIt ?
Gareth Davies commented
Im working through an issue at this stage, as a result im having to use the adobe option.
is there any update on how likely this will be?
Thanks @Craig, the good news is that you can see the status is "We're working on it!" which means exactly that ... it's being worked on i.e. an active coding piece of work :)
Craig Humphrey commented
it's time to put the smackdown on Adobe and get them to finally approve this!
Like others, it's hard for us to force clients and users to use particular PDF viewers, when most have standardized on some variant of Acrobat, or some other 3rd party PDF viewer that does not yet support AIP.
Daniel Fischer commented
This is truly important for Swiss Re as we cannot easily switch to one of the other PDF readers (we depend on Adobe Reader as we have some other solutions depending on it)
This is critical control for the product to limit 3rd party software to hook in and access protected object and then save unprotected.