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    Chrome + admx

    Evening awl,

    I have sorted the Chrome Enterprise deployment and have the admx in place. Everything is working but I'm having problems blocking one of the chrome:// urls

    I've done all of them except chrome://settings/ - this one simply refuses to block and instead shows up. So it seems impossible to hide the settings from the user be they pupil or staff.

    Has anyone managed to do this?

    Cheers

    Gareth

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    I just blocked all chrome:// urls with chrome://* and whitelisted the few we need. It seems to be working well for me (even on the OSX side of things too).
    Last edited by computer_expert; 11th April 2014 at 07:44 PM.

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    Do you block these with the admx policy?

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    Did you create a new policy or integrate into an existing policy?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marshall_IT View Post
    Do you block these with the admx policy?
    Yep, under the 'google/google chrome/Block access to a list of URLs settings' section

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