Commonly Used Paks

PolicyPak: Manage Java 7 u 45 using Group Policy .

Here is an update for Java 7 u 45. Learn exactly how PolicyPak can manage major settings in Java very quickly.

PolicyPak: Turn off Java immediately on all machines

The Department of Homeland security strongly recommends that you disable Java temporarily. Exactly how will you do that ? Watch this video to find out.

PolicyPak: Manage Java (more!) using PolicyPak

A quick update to our Java pak gives you the ability to manage and manipulate the slider on the security tab and lock it down. See how!

PolicyPak: Manage Acrobat Reader using Group Policy

800 settings in Acrobat Reader. How do you configure them? Using a weapon like PolicyPak of course. See how you can configure your entire company and make them more secure by watching this video.

PolicyPak: Manage Acrobat X Pro Using Group Policy

Acrobat X Pro was this security function called "Protected Mode." But here's the kicker, it's not enabled by default. So, how, exactly are you going to ensure Protected Mode is on and guarantee it stays on? Not to mention, how are you going to manage any of the other 1000+ Acrobat Pro X settings using Group Policy? Watch this video to find out.

PolicyPak: Manage Firefox using Group Policy, SCCM, or your own management tool

Firefox itself has no native Group Policy support with ADM or ADMX files to control these key settings. So what are you going to do? It's true there are third party companies like Frontmotion which will repackage, modify and "re-sell" Firefox ---- each and every time an update is created. It's also true they provide some ADM support with this modified software. But there's a better way ---- a much better way. See how we do it using this video.

PolicyPak: Manage Flash Player using Group Policy

Oh, Adobe Flash player. If only there was a way to lock it down so users can't screw things up. Well, with PolicyPak ---- your wish is granted. Check out this video to understand how to use our pre-configured Pak for Flash can do the job, oh, in about 20 seconds.

PolicyPak: Manage Internet Explorer Using Group Policy

OMG, it's your worst nightmare ---- IE ! And, if you call yourself a network administrator, you know how bleep-ing hard it is to manage IE and all its billions of settings. And, what's worse ---- users LOVE to tinker, mess up, and work around your IE settings. It's enough to make you pull your hair out and throw a laptop out the window! But wait! You've got PolicyPak now. And it's working for you all the time! PolicyPak has a pre-configured Pak for Internet Explorer which makes configuring Internet Explorer "drop dead easy." Check out this video to see how it's done.

PolicyPak: Manage Microsoft Lync using Group Policy

Lync is very popular. Too bad there's no way using Group Policy to configure it's critical settings ---- except when you use PolicyPak. Quickly set up collections of users with different settings and LOCK THEM DOWN so they cannot change them. Only with PolicyPak.

PolicyPak: Manage Java JRE Control Panel applet with Group Policy.

Ah, Java. You love it, you hate it. You know you need it, but don't know how you can manage it for all the computers in your enterprise. Thank goodness for PolicyPak. PolicyPak has a pre-configured Pak for Java JRE which makes configuring the Java client on your desktops super duper easy. You want to prevent it updating on a collection of users? Bam! Done. Need to set security options for one group of users different than another group (users vs. developers)? That's a piece of cake! Check out this video to see how it's done.

PolicyPak: Manage Office 2010 using Group Policy, SCCM or your own management tool.

You can't afford to have your users constantly altering the configuration settings of this key product your business users run every day. PolicyPak sets and enforces expectations for your users' applications, so that they get the same experience, every time they launch it. Ensure your Office settings are dictated and ensured using PolicyPak. Get those settings out there using Group Policy, SCCM or your own management tool. Check out this video to see how it's done.

PolicyPak: Manage Shockwave Player using Group Policy, SCCM, KACE, LanDesk, etc.

Shockwave is a little application, but requires big management. You'll want to make sure your software renderer is optional and compatible with exactly what you have. You don't want users being able to get prompted for an upgrade (you KNOW that's a helpdesk call waiting to happen) and you likely don't want to provide anonymous data to Adobe (based upon your corporate policies). With PolicyPak, using our pre-configured Pak for Shockwave Player, you get full control over what users can and cannot do.

PolicyPak: Manage RDP - Terminal Services files using Group Policy and PolicyPak

Ever wanted to deliver and dynamically manage and enforce RDP files? That capability is available when you use PolicyPak. See this video to see how its done.

PolicyPak: Import STIG files to make your applications more secure

PolicyPak can import collections settings (STIGs) to make applications like Java, Firefox, Internet Explorer and more ... and make them more secure. These are US Government recommendations. See how PolicyPak can deliver these settings to your machines and lock them down using Group Policy.