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    IE Third-party Browser Extensions - Allow List via GPO

    Anyone know of way of either doing an allow list with Third-party Browser Extensions in IE so only certain ones can be active or way to stop users adding in third party but still allow other third party extensions.

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    Yes, you can do this:

    User Config > Admin Templates > Windows Components > Internet Explorer > Security Features > Add-on Management

    This works on IE6 on XP and later. Hope this helps!

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