There are many use cases for Java Rules Manager that make java management easier.
Website’s still use java for malicious intent while others are perfectly safe. Block the bad websites while allowing the good ones to render (per browser). Some older operating systems run better with older versions of java; pick which version of java should run based on the operating system in use. Configure advanced java rule sets to deploy. View the following videos that go over some (but not all) of the problems our Java Rules Manager can help you with.
Quickly create and deploy Java Deployment Rule Sets using Group Policy
- Map specific internal & external websites with Java applets to a specific version of Java.
- Use the most secure version of Java for all other websites.
Block all websites with Java... with some exceptions.
- Ensure all Java websites are blocked, but allow and map your known good websites.
Specify which operating system utilizes what versions of Java (per website)
- Map specific websites to Java applets, but do it per operating system (or other criteria)
Deploy PolicyPak Java Rules using your own management tool.
- Use your own deployment method to deliver PolicyPak Java Rules, like SCCM or Altiris.
PolicyPak Java Rules Manager and PolicyPak Browser Router: Working Together
- Open the exact, required browser for each website, then…
- Specify the specific version of Java to use for that specific website
Deploy PolicyPak Java Rules over the Internet.
- Use PolicyPak Cloud to deliver Java rules to computers which are not-domain joined, and any computer over the Internet.
Deploy PolicyPak Java Rules to your MDM environment
- Use PolicyPak MDM to deliver Java rules to your MDM enrolled computers, either domain joined or not-domain joined.