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By defining computer and user policies through a centralized interface, Administrators are able to deliver tailored server and desktop environments no matter where users log on from. Both computer and user policies are enforced using the AppSense self-healing mechanism, which prevents users from making critical changes to server or desktop settings
Administrators can also dynamically remove unwanted application features to simplify the end user experience and ensure potential security loopholes are removed. Where necessary, AppSense Environment Manager will automatically discover the environment that it is running within, such as desktop, server or Terminal Services, and apply the specific and appropriate policy settings. A comprehensive set of rules provide granular-level control of user, session, client, computer and Active Directory settings within one single configuration, so there is no need to deploy a different management solution to target specific environments.
AppSense Application Manager provides control over many other types of application content, including ActiveX, Screen Savers, VBScripts, Batch files, Windows Installer packages and Registry configuration files. Self-extracting zip archives are safely extracted using the built-in Zip Extractor.
Another common area of concern for Administrators is licensing and controlling which applications users have access to. AppSense Application Manager can limit the users or groups of users who have permission to run applications and limits can be placed on the number of application instances running, the timing of when users run a program and for how long.
AppSense Performance Manager provides workload management and optimization for desktops, servers, datacenters and virtualized environments. AppSense Performance Manager ensures that hardware resources are maximized without compromising overall quality of service. By optimizing the use of system resources at thread-level AppSense Performance Manager is able to deliver more performance from your existing infrastructure.
AppSense Performance Manager also allocates and prioritizes critical resources, such as processor, memory and network bandwidth to ensure each user, group and application is provided appropriate resources depending on their needs and demands throughout the working day.