Philadelphia, PA (PRWEB) October 05, 2012
PolicyPak Software, the leader in desktop management software that delivers, enforces and remediates application settings, has released a free, downloadable IT whitepaper to help SCCM admins.
“SCCM delivers powerful software deployment compliance reporting and some automatic settings remediation. But, it has no way to uniformly deliver settings, lock down applications, or prevent deliberate or accidental changes to applications.” says Jeremy Moskowitz, Microsoft MVP and Founder of PolicyPak Software.
The “What most SCCM Admins don’t know about application management” IT white paper shows admins how to maximize their SCCM investment plus use PolicyPak Professional to manage and lock down applications upon desktops, laptops, Citrix, and VDI sessions.
“Let’s face it: when employees can change app settings to fit their personal preferences, or circumvent IT security policies, they will. This not only causes huge security risks for companies, it delivers huge headaches to SCCM Admins and desktop admins who have to continually go back and reset those changed settings,” explains Jeremy Moskowitz.
This white paper explains these security issues and demonstrates how to leverage organizations’ existing SCCM. The whitepaper shows clear, easy-to-understand steps, accompanied by screenshots and explanations.
Inside the whitepaper, SCCM admins will learn how to deliver, lock down and remediate settings for key business applications like Java, Flash, Acrobat, Firefox, Microsoft Lync, Microsoft Office and dozens more. The IT whitepaper joins a growing library of PolicyPak white papers showing IT admins how to leverage their existing infrastructure to manage applications’ settings.
PolicyPak Software is the leader in application compliance and desktop management tools for Active Directory. PolicyPak enables IT pros to deliver, lockdown and remediate settings for desktops, laptops, VDI sessions, company devices, as well as personal “BYOD” devices. PolicyPak was founded by desktop management expert and Microsoft Group Policy MVP Jeremy Moskowitz.