How do I decide on the Solution method to deliver PolicyPak settings?
Good news: You don’t really have to make a decision. PolicyPak works with whatever technique you’re using now. So, if you’re using Active Directory & GPO, or a UEM tool like SCCM, or an MDM tool like Intune, we’ve got you covered. Using nothing? PolicyPak Cloud might be your solution.
Watch this technical video to learn about the differences in our Solutions methods and which is best for you.
Paks & Solutions
We offer many options to meet your needs.
|Get All Paks|
|Get Paks As Needed|
|Get Most of the Paks|
|Delivers Settings Via GPO|
|Delivers Settings via Your UEM Tool (like SCCM or any other)|
|Delivers Settings via Your MDM provider|
|Delivers Settings via Our PolicyPak Cloud Service|
|Use Your MDM or RMM to get PolicyPak Cloud Started (Hybrid)|
|Works with “Full Desktop VDI”|
|Works with RDSH / Session-Based Virtualization|
|Works with Domain Joined Machines|
|Works with non-Domain Joined Machines|
|Use Across Multiple Businesses (Best for MSPs)|
|Minimum Purchase of 50 Licenses|
|Minimum Purchase of 100 Licenses|
If all or most the computers you’re working with are domain-joined, then you should be a PolicyPak Enterprise Edition or PolicyPak Professional Edition customer. At that point, you should use then use the Active Directory solution.
When you do you’ll be able to deploy your settings via Group Policy (which most of our technical demo videos show). But you can also deliver Group Policy and PolicyPak settings as well via your UEM tool (like SCCM, PDQ Deploy, KACE, Tivoli, Altiris, LanDesk.)
Our PolicyPak Cloud service
PolicyPak Cloud comes with PolicyPak Enterprise Edition, PolicyPak Professional Edition or PolicyPak SaaS Edition. This is an awesome way to manage your non-domain joined machines. Our in-cloud editors make it drop-dead easy to point and shoot to get real Group Policy and additional PolicyPak settings to your non-domain joined machines. Watch our “Two minute introduction” (above).
Our our technical Quickstart with the PolicyPak Cloud service can be found here.
Your MDM Provider (when you use PolicyPak Enterprise Edition or PolicyPak Professional Edition)
If you have an MDM service and need to be “all in” on that, then PolicyPak Enterprise Edition and PolicyPak Professional Edition can enable your MDM provider to deliver all Group Policy and PolicyPak settings. Watch to our “Two minute introduction (above) using PolicyPak w ith an MDM service” and our technical Quickstart.
While we work with any MDM service, see our video with PolicyPak and Intune here.