What is DRM and how do I transfer a DRM-protected eBook?
"DRM" stand for "Digital Rights Management" and designates the procedure with which the use (and distribution) of digital media is controlled, and is a part of the anti-copy protection.
Some e-Books also have an anti-copy protection of this kind. The copy protection of an ebook is realised using a so-called "Adobe ID". With the help of the "Adobe ID", it is possible to verify whether the respective user is authorised to read the eBook.
You therefore require an "Adobe ID" to read a copy-protected eBook. An Adobe ID is free of charge, and can be generated with the help of the Reader Library software.
If you want to transfer an Adobe DRM-protected eBook to your reader with the help of the Reader Library software for the first time, the Reader Library will ask you to enter your Adobe ID.
Enter your "Adobe ID" with the help of your Reader Library when transfering the eBook:
Confirm with "Yes". You can now enter your Adobe ID and authorise your reader to display this eBook. If you do not yet have an Adobe ID, please select "Get Adobe ID " and follow the instructions on the screen.
You can find Help regarding the purchase of an eBook under "How do I buy new eBooks and transfer them to my reader?"