PolicyPak works alongside Quest Active Administrator

Lots of companies have invested in Quest GPOadmin utility for Group Policy change control and workflow management.

GPOAdmin helps with the creation, check-out, check-in and history of GPOs themselves. It’s job to handle the workflow and deployment of the Group Policy Objects themselves, and doesn’t add any additional “desktop features.”

The name is pretty clear: GPOAdmin. It helps you admin those GPOs.

PolicyPak on the other hand gives you those extra “super powers” to your desktops using Group Policy. PolicyPak locks down your applications and operating systems using Group Policy.

So, if you’ve already got Quest GPOadmin and you want to increase your desktop reach, PolicyPak just fits right in.

Watch this video (exclusively for Quest GPOadmin administrators) to see exactly how to GPOadmin can manage GPOs with PolicyPak. See how GPOadmin provides full change-control, reporting, history and rollback capabilities.

So, if you’re invested in GPOadmin, PolicyPak is where you want to go next.

You’re already using Group Policy for your desktop lockdown. Now use PolicyPak to do more superpowers on your desktops.Remember, GPOadmin doesn’t add any more super-powers to your desktop. That’s okay. That’s what PolicyPak is for.

So use:

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

PolicyPak was designed by Microsoft MVP, Enterprise Mobility Jeremy Moskowitz – who “wrote the book” on Group Policy, runs MDMandGPanswers.com, and lives and breathes Group Policy and enterprise software deployments and desktop lockdown.

In fact, Jeremy also wrote Quest GPOadmin whitepaper: “Top Seven Tips and Tricks for Group Policy in Windows 7” found on the Quest website here.

GPOadmin from Quest to manage your GPOs is great. Using GPOadmin from Quest with PolicyPak to manage your desktops and applications is even better.

When you’re ready to add the desktop superpowers you need and then manage them using Group Policy, PolicyPak is here for you and you can use Quest GPOadmin utility to do it.

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