Starting in build 545, you can flip / flop specific settings even when offline. For instance, see in this video how we change Firefox's Proxy settings -- even when there is no DC. You're going to love this tip !
IE Proxy server with Advanced settings
You might want to deliver settings based upon Windows' environment variables. There are several types of Env variables, and in this demo, we show you how to find them and some use cases.
In this video, Sal from Tech Support shows you how to use PolicyPak to wipe trusted certificates which could inadvertently be used as a way for the bad guys to get into each and every PC on your network.
Invincea is great for Sandboxing the IE, FF, and Chrome browsers. But you can use PolicyPak to manage all the in-browser settings. Here's a demonstration.
If you have plugins that you always want to allow, for a specific website, this is the how-to video for you.
Reverting settings using the PolicyPak Chrome Pak is a little special. Here's the video how-to.
If you have trouble reverting your Chrome settings using PolicyPak Application Manager, in build 1260 or later, there's an easy fix. This video shows you how.
For years, we here at PolicyPak have been making Paks whenever Java has gotten incrementally updated. This is a huge pain the butt. So now we are introducing a UNIVERSAL Pak for Java which works for all versions of Java 7... thru 9.. all incremental versions. Here is the guidance you need to transition from lots of Paks down to one universal Pak. If you have questions about this feature, PLEASE use the FORUMS.
If you need the advice on how to convert PolicyPak 2pak version to 4pak (or more) version, here's the advice.
Watch this video to learn how to use PolicyPak Application managers Google Chrome Pak to deliver pre-configured bookmarks to your endpoints.