We all make spellung mistakes when using webpages.
Well ieSpell is a great little application that spellchecks what you type into Internet Explorer.
Once ieSpell is deployed to your users, you’ve got no way to manage this application. Users can simply work around your settings, generating support costs for a totally free application. Ouch!
Enter – our pre-configured PolicyPak for ieSpell!
Ensure your ieSpell settings are dictated and ensured using PolicyPak.
Our PolicyPak software snaps-in to the Group Policy Editor and gives you the same user interface of ieSpell itself. You can set key settings like what is seen here:
By disabling a setting you prevent your users from modifying it at all. You can even disable an entire tab of settings as is shown below with Language and Dictionaries.
You can disable the entire Language and Dictionary tab to ensure that your users always use the correct language template.
You can ensure that users a selected dictionary by selecting it and then hiding the setting completely from them so they don’t even know it’s there.
Now let’s see what happens when we open up the client application settings for our users.
In these examples, Language & Dictionaries tab is greyed out so your users can’t even click on it.
Finally, notice that the Dictionary dropdown menu isn’t even visible on the “Others” tab.
With PolicyPak, you’re the one in control.
Besides, once you’re using PolicyPak to manage ieSpell, you’ll also get to manage all your other enterprise desktop applications the same way: Flash, WinZip, Firefox, and any custom applications you have. They’re 100% included – absolutely free.
It’s all included when you’re a PolicyPak Professional customer.
PolicyPak was designed by Group Policy MVP Jeremy Moskowitz – who “wrote the book” on Group Policy, runs GPanswers.com, and lives and breathes Group Policy and enterprise software deployments and desktop lockdown.
When you’re ready to get serious about managing ieSpell, PolicyPak is ready for you.