If you need to open a PDF document that's been protected by Microsoft Information Protection, use the following links and information.
A PDF document that has been protected is likely to contain sensitive information. Para mayor seguridad, el documento se cifra para que personas no autorizadas no puedan leerlo.
For added security, the document is encrypted so that unauthorized people can't read it. To open this document, you need a reader sometimes called a viewer that verifies you have been granted permissions to open the document, and then decrypt it for you. A collaboration between Microsoft and Adobe gives you a more simplified and consistent experience for PDF documents that have been classified and optionally, protected.
This collaboration provides support for Adobe Acrobat native integration with Microsoft Information Protection solutions, such as Azure Information Protection. You can view PDF documents that have been protected because they contain sensitive information.
You can see the classification value for your organization's label that has been applied to the document. Unless this capability has been disabled by an administrator , this protected PDF file format is enabled by default for the Azure Information Protection client classic and is always used by the Azure Information Protection unified labeling client.
If you need help using the reader after it's installed, use the instructions and documentation that accompanies that reader. Ir al contenido principal.
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