PDF Files. They are everywhere throughout the Internet, your organization’s intranet and throughout your users’ saved files.
Which is why there are so many PDF viewer and editor applications out there.
And that is why PolicyPak supports managing so many of these PDF applications, including Bluebeam Revu.
At PolicyPak, we enforce and lock down the optimum settings values that you, the administrator, want them to have for Bluebeam Revu. PolicyPak sets and enforces expectations for your users’ applications, so that they get the same experience, every time they launch it.
Keep your Bluebeam configuration settings delivered, enforced and automatically remediated with PolicyPak. Check out this video to see how it’s done:
With PolicyPak, you’re the one in control.
Besides, once you’re using PolicyPak to manage Bluebeam Revu, you’ll also get to manage all your other enterprise desktop applications the same way: Flash, Lync, Java, Firefox, and any custom applications you have. They’re 100% included – absolutely free.
It’s all included when you’re a PolicyPak Professional customer.
PolicyPak was designed by former 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.
When you’re ready to get serious about managing Bluebeam Revu, PolicyPak is ready for you.
Lockdown Bluebeam Revu Video Transcript
Hi, this is Jeremy Moskowitz, former Group Policy MVP and Founder of PolicyPak Software. In this video, we’re going to learn how to configure Bluebeam Revu using PolicyPak.
Bluebeam Revu application configuration settings don’t reside in the registry. They instead reside within a settings file which means that this application can’t be managed by Group Policy. I have the settings file location already open so let’s change the “Enable Document Recovery” setting within it and save it which you can clearly see eastsalesuser4 was able to. If users know how to navigate to the settings file, they can easily alter your settings.
Let’s see how we can ensure compliance and perform desktop management of settings quickly using PolicyPak. I’ll go ahead and switch over to my Management Station computer.
We’ll go ahead and right click over our “East Sales Users”, “Create a GPO” and we’re going to call it “Lockdown Bluebeam Revu.” So this GPO is now associated with the “East Sales Users.” I’ll right click over it. I’ll click “Edit…” I’ll dive down under “User Configuration,” “PolicyPak/Applications/New/Application.” There it is, “PolicyPak for Bluebeam Revu” along with other applications like “Java,” “Flash” “Firefox,” “Skype” and lots of other important desktop applications that your users utilize every day (and you want to make more secure).
Let’s next move to “Spelling” and let’s make sure that Spell Check is always enabled. Let’s conclude by going to “Document” and making sure that “Auto Detect by page size” for ‘Page layout” is always selected.
Now I will go back to my client machine, we’ll get a command prompt and run “gpupdate.” Now you could envision the user logging on for the very first time, using a Terminal Services or Citrix machine, using a VDI session, changing job roles, or getting a new computer. I just happen to be using gpupdate.
We can also verify that PolicyPak delivered to enable Spell checking, and on the Document tab, Page Layout is now set to “Auto Detect by page size.”
Now, let’s do the final test and reopen the settings file and attempt to modify the setting that the standard user — Mr. East Sales User 4 successfully did earlier.
As you can see, you’ve prevented him from making changes to the “Enable Document Recovery” settings when you use PolicyPak’s ACL Lockdown™ feature.
And we are done. That is how incredibly easy it is for you to use PolicyPak to manage Bluebeam Revu as well as tons of other desktop applications.
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