Microsoft MVP Jeremy Moskowitz shows you how to prevent disconnect during GP update / force using registry settings.
Microsoft MVP Jeremy Moskowitz and Shane from PDQ.COM demonstrate the setup and advantages of using PolicyPak and PDQ Deploy together to manage the heck out of your group policy.
Microsoft MVP Jeremy Moskowitz and Shane from PDQ.COM show how to easily deploy Winzip with PDQ Deploy and manage it with PolicyPak for your entire organization.
Microsoft MVP Jeremy Moskowitz and Shane from PDQ.COM deploy Firefox with PDQ Deploy and manage the heck out of it with PolicyPak.
Microsoft MVP Jeremy Moskowitz and Shane from PDQ.COM show how you can deploy group policy settings to domain joined or non-domain joined machines through the cloud with PolicyPak Cloud.
Microsoft MVP Jeremy Moskowitz and Shane from PDQ.COM demonstrate how it is possible to manage different users in the same OU using PolicyPak.
Microsoft MVP Jeremy Moskowitz and Shane from PDQ.COM explain how to use PolicyPak Admin Template Manager to easily eat user side functions..
Microsoft MVP Jeremy Moskowitz and Shane from PDQ.COM show how to deploy Java with PDQ Deploy and manage the group policy with PolicyPak.
Microsoft MVP Jeremy Moskowitz and Shane from PDQ.COM demonstrate how you can always open the right browser for the right web site using the PolicyPak browser router.
When you use PDQ Deploy to get your apps “out there”, then how can you automatically and nicely manage both the Windows 10 Start Screen and Taskbar? Easy, when you add PolicyPak.
In this video, Kris from PDQ and Jeremy Moskowitz, former Group Policy MVP from PolicyPak Software show you how to get it “out there” and nicely manage that Windows 10 Start Screen and Taskbar.
PDQ is legendary when it comes to deploying applications. But when those applications are deployed, the file associations you expect still don’t magically work. That’s why you should check out PolicyPak, and the PolicyPak File Associations Manager. With PolicyPak File Associations Manager, after your applications are deployed, it’s only a few clicks to get ALL of your associations handled. Check out this video to see how to map everything from Acrobat Reader to Outlook.
Once you have your applications deployed using PDQ, how do you quickly REMOVE in-box junk, recommended, and advertised apps like Candy Crush, Windows Mail, XBOX apps and so on?
By using PolicyPak Scripts Manager, and a PolicyPak preconfigured script.
Check out this video to see PolicyPak instantly remove junk from the Windows 10 desktop… in no time flat.
You want the latest version of Java for security, but you’re stuck in the stone ages with an unsupported version. In this video see Shane from PDQ and Jeremy Moskowitz, former Group Policy MVP from PolicyPak Software, deploy multiple versions of Java and then MAP the correct version of Java to the right website. If you have ANY applications that have Java, you’re going to FLIP OUT when you see this.
Not every application plays by the rules. Once PDQ deploys an application, a standard user might not be able to run it as expected and you get a UAC prompt.
That’s why you should check out PolicyPak Least Privilege Manager. With the PolicyPak Least Privilege Manager, the applications you deploy with PDQ can then run with admin rights. See this video to learn how to elevate applications, the operating system, and also let users occasionally install their own specialty software when needed.
No one wants to end up having to pay the bad guys or do a restore after they’re hit with a malware or crypto-malware attack. So just PREVENT these kinds of attacks in the first place. How will you do that? After you deploy the GOOD and RIGHT software using PDQ Deploy, you’ll then use PolicyPak Least Privilege Manager to ensure users can’t just run any ol’ application they happen to grab from the Internet. Prevent the attacks in advance, instead of cleaning up a white hot mess.