PolicyPak & Application Deployment

PolicyPak gives you the power to deliver, enforce, and remediate applications settings.

PolicyPak directives can be deployed using Group Policy, or your own systems management tool.

PolicyPak’s magic can be wrapped up into an MSI for deployment. Therefore, while we can use Group Policy, we can also use any other deployment tool, like Microsoft SCCM,Windows Intune, Dell KACE, LanDesk, Altiris, Tivoli and anything else that can deploy MSI files.

PolicyPak provides the power to deliver, enforce, and remediate settings, You get the the flexibility to decide how to deliver the power of PolicyPak to your target computers. Here are some examples of how PolicyPak integrates with some popular Application Deployment technologies.

PolicyPak and SCCM: Lockdown applications settings tutorial.

SCCM is awesome! But by itself it can't deliver applications' settings or perform true application lockdown. Using PolicyPak with SCCM is a power grand-slam. Watch this video to see how to deliver PolicyPak directives using SCCM.

PolicyPak: Desktop Lockdown with Windows Intune

Windows Intune can't perform desktop and application lockdown. That's where PolicyPak comes in. You can export your PolicyPak settings, upload them into Windows Intune, and ensure that your important IT and corporate settings are always delivered.

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 Specops Deploy

Specops Deploy is great because it hooks right into your existing Group Policy infrastructure and lets you deploy software. PolicyPak is great because it hooks right into your existing Group Policy infrastructure and lets you manage that software.

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