PolicyPak & VDI

If you’ve got VDI, you have applications. And you need to manage those applications within your VDI sessions.

PolicyPak is supported within all VDI platforms: Microsoft, Citrix, VMware, Quest and others.

Whether the desktop is physical or virtual, users run applications which need security. You can use PolicyPak to protect virtual desktops in the same manner as physical ones. PolicyPak protects them securely and equally. Here are some examples of how PolicyPak integrates with popular VDI solutions.

PolicyPak and Microsoft VDI - Better Together to Manage Applications' settings

Microsoft's VDI is awesome. But it still doesn't solve big problems you still have right now: How are you able to guarantee key application and operating system settings for users? How can you prevent users from messing up their apps? How can you ensure users won't work around your important security and operating system settings? Watch this video to find out.

PolicyPak and Xendesktop -- Better together

Xendesktop is awesome. But that still doesn't solve big problems you still have right now: How are you able to guarantee key application and operating system settings for users? How can you prevent users from messing up their apps? How can you ensure users won't work around your important security and operating system settings? Watch this video to find out.

PolicyPak: Manage Xenapp applications using Group Policy

Citrix Xenapp receiver is missing something. It's missing the ability to receive Group Policy settings. It's also missing the ability to truly lock down your applications so users cannot work around your settings. In this demonstration, see how PolicyPak enables Xenapp environments to truly receive Group Policy settings for any Xenapp application PLUS lock those applications down so users cannot work around your important IT and security settings.

PolicyPak and VMware Horizon View - Linked Clones with VMware Persona Management

You already know that VMware Horizon View enables your users to have their own unique "full desktop" available to them, remotely or locally, and run any application they need to. Users really get their "own operating system" and applications just "run perfectly" because they're really running on their own operating system. But you still have a major problem: Users get the apps they need, but you've got zero control over how your users' applications are configured. That's where PolicyPak comes in. Once the application is running inside VMware Horizon View, PolicyPak ensures your applications' settings and locks down the user's access. Watch this video to see how PolicyPak can lock down your applications inside of VMware View (and keep your headaches and helpdesk calls to a minimum).

PolicyPak and VMware Horizon View - Dedicated VDI

You already know that VMware Horizon View enables your users to have their own unique "full desktop" available to them, remotely or locally, and run any application they need to. Users really get their "own operating system" and applications just "run perfectly" because they're really running on their own operating system. But you still have a major problem: Users get the apps they need, but you've got zero control over how your users' applications are configured. That's where PolicyPak comes in. In this demonstration see PolicyPak working inside your dedicated VDI sessions ensuring that your application settings are set dynamically and always ensured.

PolicyPak and VMware Horizon View - Local Mode VDI

When your users are away, you can guarantee that they'll play ... play around with their desktop settings. With PolicyPak in use with your VMware Local Mode clients, you'll have the advatage. PolicyPak ensures that your required IT settings are always adhered to, even when the user is 100% offline using Vmware Horizon View Local Mode. Watch this video to check it out.

PolicyPak and Microsoft UE-V - Better Together Story

Microsoft UE-V (User Experience Virtualization) is a great new offering from Microsoft to help users nicely roam settings between applications. But it doesn't perform enforcement of settings to your important applications. In this video, you'll learn where PolicyPak can dictate and enforce settings and Microsoft UE-V will properly roam all other settings. It's a perfect match!

PolicyPak and VMware Horizon View with ThinApp Assigned Packages

Using VMware Horizon View, administrators can assign ThinApp packages to pools or desktops. When dynamically assigned in this way, users get the ThinApp packages when they log on to the machine. However, users are instantly able to work around any pre-configured settings within the package. Critical IT and security settings can always simply be worked around by the user. That's where PolicyPak fits in and dynamically delivers important IT and security settings and ensures they cannot be worked around. To see a video of ThinApp assigned packages via VMware Horizon View and PolicyPak managing them, watch this video.

PolicyPak and VMware Horizon Workspace Applications and ThinApp Entitled Packages

VMware Horizon Workspace can make available and enforce who has access to ThinApp applications, when computers have the VMware Horizon Workspace agent installed. VMware Horizon Workspace's delivers and entitles the applications' useage. PolicyPak adds to that the ability to manage the actual applications' settings and keep those settings consistently enforced and automatically remediated. In this way, you can now provision the ThinApp (with VMware Horizon Workspace) and now manage the application itself. PolicyPak dynamically delivers IT's desired application settings based upon the user's circumstances, and ensures those settings on the computer. Video: To see a video of VMware Horizon Workspace ThinApp applications' settings managed by PolicyPak, watch this video.

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