You've got Microsoft App-V? Great. Now how are you going to manage those sequenced applications once they're deployed? You're not going to crack open the App-V sequencer, are you ? Heck no... You've got PolicyPak, and PolicyPak can deliver settings into the App-V Virtual or Real registry and Virtual and Real file systems. So, create you sequence, create your PolicyPak.. and deliver the settings you need to your applications.
Once your Citrix XenApp streaming application is launched by your users, they can do practically whatever they want and DECREASE the security you want them to have. With PolicyPak, you can dictate specific settings for each of your applications plus lock users down so they can't work around your settings. See how PolicyPak enhances Citrix XenApp streaming environments by providing true Group Policy support to any Citrix XenApp streamed application PLUS lock users down so they cannot work around your settings.
Microsoft UE-V (User Experience Virtualization) is a great new offering from Microsoft to help users nicely roam settings between applications. But it doesn't perform enforcement of settings to your important applications. In this video, you'll learn where PolicyPak can dictate and enforce settings and Microsoft UE-V will properly roam all other settings. It's a perfect match!
Once your ThinApp application is run by your users, they can do practically whatever they want. With PolicyPak, you have the ability dictate specific settings for each of your applications plus lock users down so they can't work around your settings. See how PolicyPak enhances ThinApp environments by providing true Group Policy support to any ThinApp application PLUS lock users down so they cannot work around your settings.
You're smart. You picked SWS and SWV to make application deployment easier. Now, you can be smarter and manage, lock down and remediate those applications too. So now, if you need to change a setting, you don't have to re-open and edit that package. And even if you did, there's literally nothing you can do to prevent users from messing with your settings. That is, unless you have PolicyPak. You'll be managing your SWV applications settings dynamically using Group Policy, Altiris or SCCM ---- quickly and easily.