Suddenly this beneficial program is causing a lot of havoc. We have a solution for this problem.
(PRWEB) February 04, 2014
PolicyPak Software, the leader in desktop and application management, recently released a new Pak for CCleaner.
The pre-configured Pak for CCleaner allows admins to enforce and lockdown optimum settings values for users’ applications. Using this Pak, admins can use CCleaner to empty users’ Recycle Bin and delete Temporary Files by making sure these selections are always checked. A full list of features for the Pak can be found on the PolicyPak website.
IT Admins and network administrators who want to try out the PolicyPak software can get a free trial by attending a Group Policy Webinar at the PolicyPak Website, or by
calling (800) 883-8002.
Jeremy Moskowitz, Group Policy MVP and founder of PolicyPak Software recently talked about the CCleaner Pak when he said, “It’s so easy for your users to clean junk and temporary files from their computer with just a few simple mouse clicks using CCleaner. The problem is that they can zap out the wrong things as well in an instant, which will generate a call to the helpdesk, and maybe even a visit. Suddenly this beneficial program is causing a lot of havoc. We have a solution for this problem.”
PolicyPak can deliver settings using Microsoft Active Directory Group Policy, Microsoft SCCM, Dell KACE, or any other management tool.
About PolicyPak Software:
PolicyPak Software (http://www.policypak.com) is the leader in application compliance and desktop management tools for Active Directory. The software enables IT pros to deliver, lockdown and remediate settings for desktops, laptops, VDI sessions, company devices, as well as personal “BYOD” devices. Customers who use PolicyPak are also able to manage all of their other enterprise desktop applications the same way, such as Firefox, Java, Acrobat, and custom applications. These other Paks are included free for PolicyPak Professional customers. PolicyPak was founded by desktop management expert and Microsoft Group Policy MVP Jeremy Moskowitz.