Navisware announced FileLine, its design documentation security product, will support the Adobe LiveCycle Policy Server for providing rights management capabilities to a variety of enterprise applications. The combination of FileLine and Adobe LiveCycle Policy Server expands DRM capabilities to include a wide variety of document types critical to the engineering design process, including AutoCAD, SolidWorks, and Microsoft Word documents. Now, FileLine customers can use LiveCycle Policy Server to apply usage policies to engineering documents for controlling how, when, and by whom the documents can be used. LiveCycle Policy Server lets the document owner update the file with new policies as often as desired without having to redistribute the document or file. Additionally, the document owner can easily view an activity log of how often the recipient has attempted to perform controlled actions (e.g. Save, Print, Cut/Copy/Paste, etc.). This same rights management technology ensures that version control of documents is maintained when the owner invokes immediate or date-based expiration, preventing contractors from making costly mistakes based on outdated documents or intellectual property falling into the wrong hands. Content developers can now share design information in the manner and for the time that they intended.