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All Group Policies (GPO) available to configure Microsoft Edge settings

Group Policy Objects

On Windows 10, Microsoft currently has its new default web browser like Microsoft Edge In this article, I will be discussing how to centrally administer Microsoft Edge GPO settings in the enterprise Active Directory domain environment. You can check all available Policies for the latest version of Microsoft Edge . You can also create, configure and apply Group Policy Objects on Windows Servers: Set Desktop Wallpaper, Prevent access to Registry Editing tools, how to enable Screen Saver Timeout, and how to Password Protect the Screensaver as well as configure favorites on Microsoft Edge via Group Policy

From the Local Group Policy Editor console (gpedit.msc) and on Windows 10 1909, navigate to the section below, there you will find a list of policies that can be set for Microsoft Edge.

Computer Side

Computer Configuration, click on Administrative Template, then Windows Components, and finally on Microsoft Edge 

Or from the User side as shown below:

User Side

Click on User Configuration, then on Administrative Template, Windows Components, and lastly on Microsoft Edge. This will display 55 different policies as shown below. Prior to this version of Windows 10, there were as few as just 10 policies.

The following policies below are available to manage Microsoft Edge settings shown below.

Microsoft Edge configuration

Simply enable or disable any of these policies as it applies to you. and run


Or run the below if you will like to re-apply the entire group policy configured.

gpupdate /force

Note: You may have to log off and log in again to have most policies applied, but for the configuration of Microsoft Edge, simple running the GPUpdate is sufficient.

I hope you found this blog post on configure Microsoft Edge settings helpful. If you have any questions, please let me know in the comment session.

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