Posted on Jan 22, 2015

Note:

Contact Support for more information or to obtain the QF.

Issues fixed in the QF

  • When a user does not have permission to print a DRM protected Microsoft PowerPoint, Microsoft Excel, or Microsoft Word document and the document security ribbon is not visible, then the option to print the protected document is not grayed-out (disabled). (CQ-56856, CQ-56854, CQ-56852)
  • When a user has only view permissions on a Microsoft Excel document and the document security ribbon is not visible, then the user can use the Save As option to create an identical copy of original document and copy the content from newly created document. The Save As option is not grayed-out (disabled). (CQ-56509)
  • When a user does not have permission to edit a DRM protected Microsoft PowerPoint, Microsoft Word document and the document security ribbon is not visible, then the Save As option is not grayed-out (disabled). (CQ-49414, CQ-49408, CQ-56350)
  • When a user does not have permission and tries to print a DRM protected Microsoft PowerPoint document, a message “Print 1, 2…” is displayed. (CQ-49412)
  • When a user does not have permission and tried to modify a DRM protected Microsoft Word document, a modify event is generated (CQ-49410) 

Prerequisites to installing the QF

  • AEM 6.1 forms on JEE

Installing and configuring the QF

  1. Log in to your machine as an administrator and extract the Quick Fix archive to a local folder.   

  2. Open the command prompt, navigate to the folder containing extracted Quick Fix files, and run the following command:

    AEMDocumentSecurityExtensionforMicrosoftOffice.exe /s /v"/qn"

    Note:

    Do not install the software to folder containing double-byte characters in the name. If you do so, the AEM Document Security menu does not appear in Microsoft Office.

Impacted modules

  • AEM document security extension for Microsoft Office

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