Reduce security risk, control application licenses, and maximize SCCM investment

Application Manager for SCCM reduces endpoint security risk and adds value to SCCM application control and endpoint security functions with dynamic whitelisting and highly granular privilege management.

What is Application Manager for SCCM?

Application Manager for SCCM enables IT to control applications and end user actions on the endpoint using a centralized console, adding value to SCCM application control and endpoint security functions.

Prevent Unknown Applications from Launching

Application Manager’s Trusted Ownership™ ensures that user-introduced applications and unknown code, including malware and ransomware, are automatically prevented from launching—without the need to maintain complex black and white lists. With Trusted Ownership, only IT-approved and trusted applications are allowed to execute.

In addition to blocking unknown applications, Application Manager’s point-and-click policy engine give you complete control over which IT-approved applications the end user can execute based on user context. Application Manager can even disable specific application features.

Enforce Compliance with License Agreements

Application Manager for SCCM lets admins running SCCM limit the number of application instances by user, define the devices or users that can run an application, determine timing of application availability, and many other factors. Application Manager is recognized by Microsoft® for enforcing device-based software license control. End users get the applications they need, when and where they need them, while keeping your organization compliant.

Control End User Privileges with Surgical Precision

Application Manager for SCCM allows you to remove local administrator accounts without the inevitable user stampede to the helpdesk by providing end users with only the administrator privileges they need to do their job. In addition, Application Manager manages privileges at the application or individual task level instead of at the session or account level. Privileges can be raised, lowered or even eliminated on a per user, application or task basis.

Works with SCCM

With Application Manager for SCCM, you can save desktop configurations directly to SCCM and securely publish those desktops using SCCM. And, if you utilize SCOM, you can use it to gather Application Manager auditing and events.

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