The Windows 10 Start Menu is a beast to configure. Instead of leaving the Start Menu to users, YOU be in charge. See this video to get the basics down in minutes !
Quickly and easily manage what icons are pinned to the Windows 10 Taskbar. Use Group Policy, SCCM or your MDM service. It couldn't be easier.
Automatically specify "who should get what" settings based upon conditions like security group, Laptop vs. Not laptop and so on.
Got non-domain joined machines? Use PolicyPak Cloud to deliver PolicyPak Start Screen and Taskbar settings to them. Couldn't be easier. Here's how.
Making an MDM policy to manage the Start Menu and Taskbar can be a NIGHTMARE. But not with PolicyPak Start Screen Manager. With us you can have ONE policy which can be used again and again. See how it's done.
If you don't have the application already installed on your management station, then use this utility to grab application IDs. It's easy. Check it out !
Got icons from Citrix, and want to dynamically get them onto your REAL and VIRTUAL desktop Start Menus and Taskbars? Good luck... if you don't have PolicyPak Start Screen and Taskbar manager. Here's the video to show you how to manage XenApp and XenDesktop icons on the Start Menu and Taskbar.
Need to add IE links to the Start Menu? Here's the quick and easy way... With PolicyPak !
If you designed a Start Menu that you cannot work around, and you want to revert it all back to basics, here's how you would do that.
Tried to deploy custom icons and it didn't work as expected? Here's the workaround.
When you use PDQ Deploy to get your apps “out there”, then how can you automatically and nicely manage both the Windows 10 Start Screen and Taskbar? Easy, when you add PolicyPak.
In this video, Kris from PDQ and Jeremy Moskowitz, Group Policy MVP from PolicyPak Software show you how to get it “out there” and nicely manage that Windows 10 Start Screen and Taskbar.