Less Commonly Used Paks

PolicyPak: Manage Autocad using Group Policy

PolicyPak doesn't deploy Autocad using Group Policy. PolicyPak manages and locks down Autocad using Group Policy. Here's a video to show you we can help you deliver almost all the Autocad settings, and truly lock them down to ensure users can't work around them. This means fewer calls to the help desk, less troubleshooting for you and your staff, higher productivity and fewer errors.

PolicyPak: Manage Cisco VPN client using Group Policy

Managing the Cisco VPN client centrally is... well, not possible. Except with PolicyPak, that is. Use Group Policy to centrally manage your Cisco VPN client settings and continually reinforce those settings, even when users are offline.

PolicyPak: Manage and lockdown CoreFTP using Group Policy or SCCM

Whether you want to enforce one or more of the dozens of configuration settings or disable or even hide those settings completely from the users you manage, PolicyPak gives you the control you need to fully manage CoreFTP for your users. You can't afford to put your users in charge of the administration of this application. Ensure your CoreFTP 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 Dell SonicWall VPN client using Group Policy and SCCM

The last thing you want is end-users calling you (or the helpdesk) from some remote place asking you why their VPN connection isn't working, or, worse trying to mess with the settings themselves to restore a connection. Make sure that the settings for your users' SonicWall Global VPN clients don't get locally reconfigured. Secure those settings, using PolicyPak. Check out this video to see how it's done.

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

PolicyPak gives you everything you need to manage FileZIlla. The fact is, you can't afford to put your users in charge of the administration of this or any application. Ensure your FileZilla 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 FoxIT Reader Using Group Policy

FoxIT Reader is an excellent alternative to Adobe Acrobat Reader. But it still need a little help to make sure it stays secure. In this video learn how to manage FoxIT Reader using Group Policy and PolicyPak. Don't be "that guy" who could have done something, but ... oops... didn't protect his network.

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

PolicyPak can make sure that your users don't work around your Google Talk settings and bring communication to a halt. PolicyPak sets and enforces settings for your users' applications, so that they get the same experience, every time they launch it. Keep your Google Talk configuration settings enforced and streamlined with PolicyPak. Check out this video to see how it's done.

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

PolicyPak manages Malwarebytes to make sure that it is optimally configured to provide its protection as part of your endpoint security solution. Keep your Malwarebytes configuration settings enforced and streamlined with PolicyPak. Check out this video to see how it's done.

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

Since many OneNote users are remote and mobile, this provides a greater challenge for your helpdesk team. You want to ensure that these users can't tamper with their application OneNote settings which may result in a helpdesk call. But with PolicyPak, you're the one in control.

PolicyPak: Manage OpenOffice with Group Policy, SCCM or your own management tool

If you've got OpenOffice on your desktops and laptops, that's great. But where's the Group Policy support for OpenOffice? In the box, there isn't any. That's where PolicyPak for OpenOffice comes in. With PolicyPak, you are in control of your users, no matter which office application suite you prefer. PolicyPak ensures that your OpenOffice settings are delivered and remediated using Group Policy or your own management tool. Check out this video to see how it's done.

PolicyPak: Manage and lockdown Picasa with Group Policy or SCCM

Make certain your Picasa settings are dictated and ensured using PolicyPak.You can use Group Policy, SCCM or your own systems management tool to deliver PolicyPak directives and consistently manage your applications, like Picasa. Check out this video to see how it's done

PolicyPak: Manage TechSmith Snagit Using Group Policy

If you're deploying Snagit to a bunch of users, however, you have a big problem. Well, several big problems. Problem #1: How can you prevent users from registering online after first launch? Wouldn't it be great to prevent the pop-up box in the first place? Problem #2: How can you prevent Snagit from updating and prompting the user for updates and downloads? Problem #3: In the Snagit Enterprise Deployment Guide, Techsmith shows how to deliver and lock down exactly eight (very important) settings. Except Snagit has almost a hundred settings. What if you needed to deliver any of those settings and also lock them down? Watch this video to find out.

PolicyPak: Manage Thunderbird using Group Policy or your own management utility

If you've got zillions of desktops, how are you going manage things like update behavior (turning it off, so users aren't prompted)? Ensure Thunderbird is always the default mail client? Ensure that spell-check is turned on? Ensure Anti-virus protection is turned on? Prevent users from picking up web cookies? Or anything else that's important to your Thunderbird configuration? Answer: Without PolicyPak, you've got no enterprise-way to deliver these settings and lock down Thunderbird. Watch this video to get a handle on the problem and where PolicyPak can ease the pain.

PolicyPak: Manage VNC Viewer and Server using Group Policy

Managing VNC server and VNC Viewer centrally is... well, not possible. Except with PolicyPak that is. Use Group Policy to centrally manage your VNC Viewer and VNC Server and perform lockdown so users cannot work around your most important settings.

PolicyPak: Manage Windows Live Messenger using Group Policy

Windows Live Messenger might be on all your desktops. Which is great ---- until you realize there's no way to manage it. Even if you HAD an ADM template for Windows Live Messenger, you still couldn't perform true lockout of the settings. With PolicyPak ---- you can.

PolicyPak: Manage Windows Media Player using Group Policy

Windows Media Player (WMP) is built in to Windows 7. But how to you MANAGE Windows Media Player 7? There are no ADM files for it, and even if there were, they can't do what PolicyPak does. Check out this video to find out how to lock down Windows Media Player.

PolicyPak: Manage Yahoo Messenger with Group Policy

Yahoo messenger might be on everyone's desktop at your company. And if it is, how can you work another day knowing it's not properly configured (and users can work around your settings)? This is not an ADM template, it's a Pak file from PolicyPak. It truly locks down your settings and manages them so users must adhere to your set policies.

PolicyPak: Manage 7-Zip using Group Policy

If you've deployed 7-Zip, how are you going to configure it? PolicyPak has a free Pak for 7-Zip which enables you to manage 7-Zip regardless of how your application is deployed: real install, Citrix, VMware or Microsoft. Lock down and manage 7-Zip and lots of other applications using Group Policy and PolicyPak.