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You put a free application like Picasa on your user’s desktops for a simple reason: it just works.

If you deployed Picasa so users can work with your organization’s valuable image library, you need to properly manage Picasa.  After all, you don’t want to incur help support costs for a free application! 

Make certain your Picasa settings are dictated and ensured using PolicyPak.You can use Group Policy, SCCM or your own systems management tool to deliver PolicyPak directives and consistently manage your applications, like Picasa.

Check out this video to see how it’s done:

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Our PolicyPak software snaps-in to the Group Policy Editor and gives you the same user interface as Picasaitself. You can set and also hide key settings like what is seen here:

 Additionally, you can set settings plus disable them as well.

Or, if you’d like to lock out an entire tab, you can do that too.

With PolicyPak, you’re the one in control.

Besides, once you’re using PolicyPak to manage Picasa, you’ll also get to manage all your othermany enterprise desktop applications the same way: Flash, Java, Firefox, Lync, 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 desktop management and desktop lockdown.

When you’re ready to get serious about managing Picasa, PolicyPak is ready for you.

 

 

 

Phone: 800.883.8002


 
Some of our customers include:
Acs
Texas State Library
The Imt Group