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Force Enable SEP Add-On via GPO for Firefox and Chrome

Created: 08 May 2014 • Updated: 16 May 2014 | 4 comments

I have tried adding this via GPO by adding {6D53EC84-6AAE-4787-AEEE-F4628F01010C} with a value of 1 after finding this thread https://www-secure.symantec.com/connect/forums/browser-intrusion-prevention-add-problem#comment-5861811.

 

This does not seem to apply, is there another way to attempt to do this via GPO that someone can help me with?  It applies to IE fine but I was hoping there is a way to also add this for Firefox and Chrome, any info would be greatly appreciated.  Currently running SEP client and manager both on version 12.1.4100.4126.105

 

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.Brian's picture

The only one I've seen is for IE (which you linked).

BTW, Chrome is not supported on browser IPS, only IE and FF.

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huskietech's picture

Thanks for the reply, we can scratch chrome then because we rarely ever use that browser on any workstations (really only use it for testing purposes).   However, I would love to hear the possiblity of getting this enabled for Firefox because it is our secondary browser for almost all workstations.

 

 

SMLatCST's picture

A quikc google for "firefox gpo add-on management" returns some likely results (in the form of administrative templates for Firefox).

As the Symantec responses to the linked thread states, this is more a browser add-on issue than a SEP one.

PGP_Ben's picture

moving thread, was in Endpoint Encryption forum for some reason.
 

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