PolicyPak and AGPM

If you don’t know, Microsoft has a tool called Advanced Group Policy Management, or AGPM for short.

AGPM is a great utility to handle the workflow around Group Policy management. But, to be super clear, AGPM doesn’t add any “super powers” to your Group Policy infrastructure. You don’t suddenly get more lockdown capability on your Windows client machines.

That’s what PolicyPak does: we lock down your applications and operating systems using Group Policy.

That being said, however, PolicyPak does work with Microsoft AGPM – superbly. So, if you’ve got Microsoft’s AGPM, PolicyPak just fits right in, right at home like the Group Policy items in the box.

Watch this video (exclusively for Microsoft AGPM administrators) to see exactly how to AGPM and PolicyPak work together to provide full reporting, history and rollback capabilities.

Click here for Video Transcript

So, if you’re invested in AGPM, PolicyPak is a very logical next step. That’s because you’ve already made the commitment to using Group Policy for your desktop lockdown. Now use PolicyPak to get the power you need.

So, AGPM doesn’t add any more super-powers to your desktop. That’s okay. That’s what PolicyPak is for.

So use:

  • AGPM to manage your Group Policy Objects overall
  • Use PolicyPak to more securely manage your desktops and applications

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. In fact, feel free to download a free chapter on AGPM from Jeremy by clicking here

When you’re ready to add the desktop superpowers you need and then manage them using Group Policy and AGPM, PolicyPak is here for you.

Click on Download or Webinar to get the software and try it out for yourself.