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Acrobat and Adobe Reader Tutorial - Document Security User Guide


Acrobat and Adobe Reader Tutorial - Document Security User Guide

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Acrobat 8 Family of Products
Security Feature User Guide
1 Getting Started
What’s in this Guide?
Who Should Read This Guide?
How Should You Use This Guide?
Roadmap to Security Documentation
2 Getting and Using Your Digital ID
Digital ID Basics
What is a Digital ID?
Digital ID Related Files and Storage Mechanisms
Registering a Digital ID for Use in Acrobat
Digital ID Management
Setting Identity Information
Generic ID Operations
Specifying Digital ID Usage
Sharing (Exporting) a Digital ID Certificate
Viewing All of Your Digital IDs
Customizing a Digital ID Name
Viewing Digital ID Certificates in the Certificate Viewer
Managing PKCS#12 Digital ID Files
Finding an Existing Digital ID in a PKCS#12 File
Adding and Removing Digital ID Files from the File List
Changing an ID File’s Password
Changing a PKCS#12 File’s Password Timeout
Logging in to PKCS#12 Files
Creating a Self-Signed Digital ID
Deleting a PKCS#12 Digital ID
Managing Windows Digital IDs
Finding a Digital ID in a Windows Certificate Store File
Deleting a Windows Digital I
Managing Roaming ID Accounts and IDs
Adding a Roaming ID Account to Get a Roaming ID
Logging in to a Roaming ID Account
Managing IDs Accessible via PKCS#11 Devices
Adding an ID that Resides on External Hardware
Changing Passwords
Logging in to a Device
3 Managing Certificate Trust and Usage
What is a Trusted Identity?
Adding Someone to Your Trusted Identity List
Adding a Certificate From a Signature
Requesting a Digital ID via Email
Importing a Certificate From a File
Searching for Digital ID C
Certificate Trust Settings
Setting Certificate Trust
Setting Certificate Policy Restrictions
Using Certificates for Certificate Security (Encryption)
Using Directory Servers to Add Trusted Identities
Manually Configuring a Directory Server
Editing Directory Servers Details
Deleting a Directory Server
Specifying a Default Directory Server
Importing and Exporting Directory Server Settings
Managing Con
Viewing and Editing Contact Details
Emailing Certificate or Contact Data
Saving Certificate or Contact Details to a File
Associating a Certificate with a Contact
Changing a Trusted Identity’s Certificate Association
Deleting Contacts and Cer
4 Document Security Basics
Security Method Basics
Choosing a Security Method Type
Security Policies
Security Methods and Encryption
Security Methods and P
Associating Batch Processing with a Security Method
Changing and Viewing Security Settings
Viewing Document Encryption and Permission Settings
Viewing Document Restrict
Viewing Security Settings in a Browser
Changing the Security Method Type
Editing Security Method S
Removing Document Securit
Security Policies: Reusable Security Settings
Creating Security Policies with Policy Manager
Applying a Security Policy to a Document
Viewing a Security Policy
Copying a Security Policy
Editing a Security Policy
Making a Security Policy F
Refreshing the Security Policy List
Deleting a Security Policy
5 Password Security
Creating Password Security Settings
Creating a Reusable Password Security Policy
Creating Password Security for One-Time Use
Opening a Password-Protected Document
Removing Password Security
Changing Document Collection Passwords
Password Recovery
6 Certificate Security
Setting up the Certificate Security Environment
Accessing the Windows Certificate Store
Selecting a Certificate to Use for Encryption
Working with Groups of Contacts
Creating a Group
Adding or Removing Group Contacts
Deleting a Group
Creating Certificate Security Settings
Creating a Reusable Certificate Security Policy
Creating Certificate Security for the Current Document
Applying a Certificate Security Policy
Applying a Certificate Security to a Group
Opening a Certificate-Protected Document
7 Adobe LiveCycle Policy Server Security
Configuring S
Importing Server Settings
Configuring ALP Server Settings Manually
Managing your ALPS Account
Working with Documents and ALPS Policies
Creating an ALPS Security Policy
Applying ALPS Security
Refreshing the Security Policy List
Synchronizing a Document for Offline Use
Revoking a Document
View a Document’s Audit
8 External Content and Document Security
Controlling Multimedia
Configuring Multimedia Trust Preferences
Controlling Multimedia in Certified Documents
Setting High Privilege JavaScript Options
High Privilege JavaScript Defined
Javascript and Certified Documents
Working with Attachments
Default Behavior: Black and White Lists
Adding Files to the Black and White Lists
Resetting the Black and White Lists
Allowing Attachments to Launch Applications
Controlling Access to Content Outside a PDF
Internet URL Access
Turning Internet Access Off and On
Allowing and Blocking Specific Web Sites
9 Sharing Settings & Certificates with FDF
Importing Application Settings and Digital ID Data
Responding to an Emailed Request for a Digital ID
Importing Someone’s Ce
Importing Multiple Certificates
Importing Timestamp Server Settings
Importing Directory Server Settings
Importing Adobe Policy Server Settings
Importing Roaming ID Account Settings
Importing a Trust Anchor and Setting Trust
Exporting Application Settings and Digital ID Data
Distributing a Trust Anchor or Trust Root
Exporting Your Certificate
Requesting a Certificate via Email
Emailing Server Details
Exporting Server Details
10 Glossary of Security Terms
11 Index

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