PolicyPak: Getting Started Managing Internet Explorer
Learn how to set the Internet Explorer home page, and "Secondary" home pages, plus learn how to lock out the whole General tab using PolicyPak.
Use PolicyPak to set and manage custom zone settings for your zones, plus how to manage Trusted Sites. You'll see how to perform true Site to Zone assignment for Internet Explorer, and Add or Remove sites to and from your zones.
Set Internet Explorer Per-Site Privacy and Allow or Block specific websites. Configure Pop-Up Blocker, and specify which sites to permit pop-ups (and remove existing sites.) Remove the GUI options and lock down settings so users cannot work around them.
PolicyPak: Manage IE Connections tab Manage and configure LAN settings like "Automatically detect Settings", set Proxy server and port, set Advanced settings. Have one configuration which works for all versions of Internet Explorer. You can even hide or disable the controls so users cannot mess this up !
Ready to manage (disable or enable) Internet Explorer Add-ons? It couldn't be easier when you use PolicyPak to manage Internet Explorer Add-ons. Here's how.
Want to prevent specific webpages with questionable content from appearing to users? You should: It's a good protection mechanism for both schools and corporations alike. Use PolicyPak to immediately dictate what ratings websites should have, and which sites should be allowed or blocked.
You have corporate favorites, but you don't want to interfere with what user's already have in place. No problem. Using PolicyPak, you can add or remove a favorite, feed, or webslice. You can make folders and put those favorites inside. Here's how.
Deliver (or revoke) certificates to Internet Explorer. If you've got to ensure that users get your certificates right now, here's the quickest and easiest way to deliver (or revoke) certificates using Group Policy.
PolicyPak: Manage Internet Explorer Compatibility View Need to make websites run in Internet Explorer's Compatibility view? Without PolicyPak you cannot dictate or merge settings for users or computers. In this first video see how the "older" compatibility view can be set for IE 7, 8,9, 10 and 11. Learn how to dynamically deliver different sites based upon who the user is or what the computer is doing.
Use PolicyPak to dynamically set Enterprise and Document modes