Traditionally, companies require components of group policy from Active Directory (AD) to set Windows configurations, requiring users to be on the network or using an AD domain. Today's business network isn't always isolated to a single AD domain, making setting and enforcing configurations difficult. ThreatLocker Configuration Manager allows IT admins to set standardized Windows configurations, such as automatic lock policies, disabling Universal Plug and Play, and disabling autoplay, or blocking SMB v1 from one central location, whether or not the computers are connected to an AD domain.
ThreatLocker Configuration Manager provides a centralized, policy-driven portal where IT admins can set configuration policies per individual endpoint, computer group, organization, or across multiple organizations. Admins can quickly manage important security configurations from a single pane of glass.
Set password requirements such as length, complexity, and change frequency from a single policy, across an entire organization, or across multiple organizations from a central location.
Rename local administrator accounts and apply a unique rotating password to each computer for their local admin account, making it more challenging for credentials to be compromised.
Provides access to disable all downloaded macros and OLE in MS Office documents.
Select which social media platforms are acceptable or disable all the common platforms to keep employees productive and protect their business environment.