Don’t run with Local Admin rights. Instead, use PolicyPak Least Privilege Manager to remove local admin rights, and elevate applications only as needed. See this video for a quick demonstration on how to enforce the practice of Least Privilege and get back your endpoint security for Windows machines.
Quick question: Do you want to pay the bad guys and/or clean up for three weeks, or click ONE button and say goodbye to all unknown Ransomware threats. Blacklisting is impossible. There are thousands of new evil applications created per day. And Whitelisting is no cakewalk either. You have to constantly stay on top of everything you deploy and install. There's a BETTER way, a THIRD way, using PolicyPak SecureRun. With SecureRun, you're only letting applications run if they were "properly installed" or otherwise sanctioned by you. Check out this video, and block all unknown Malware and zero day threats.
If you want to prevent WannaCry and other malware, it's pretty easy. Just prevent users from running all scripts using PolicyPak. But then how do you PERMIT other scripts and also ELEVATE yet other scripts? In this video you'll find out in no time.
Standard Users cannot get into most Control Panel applets. That could be a problem if they need to make some settings changes themselves. Check out this video to see how PolicyPak Least Privilege Manager can help you fix this common problem.
Need Standard Users to install their own applications? We've got some preconfigured knowledge for that, and it's a simple drag and drop to get started. Let users install iTunes or any software you like.. using PP Least Privilege Manager.
PolicyPak Least Privilege Manager enables you to select multiple critera for the action type. Watch this video to learn how it's done.
Need to run a batch file elevated or merge registry keys or run any other command line utility as a STANDARD USER? Learn how to do it using PolicyPak Least Privilege Manager.
PolicyPak Least Privilege manager has a standard dialog box telling users when they have violated a policy. You can change that dialog box using a standard policy setting.
Why would you want people using domain joined or non-domain joined machines to have local admin rights? Is this 1998? No, and with PolicyPak Cloud and PolicyPak Least Privelege manager you can remove local admin rights, but ensure that Standard Users can do key tasks to keep doing their jobs and get into the places you need them to in the operating system.
Elimiate local admin rights; but permit users to install their own applications as needed. In this video you'll see how to elevate MSI applications to bypass the UAC prompt.
Need a user to install an MSI app, but he doesn't have the rights to do so? See how in a minute you can specify the applications he should be able to install, and just like that, a Standard User can install an MSI without UAC prompts.
Users can only install their own local printers. using “Devices and Printers”.. if they’re a local admin. How do you get out of this mess? They cannot Add a Local printer by themselves. With PPLPM though, you make it super easy for them.