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How to configure static page in Microsoft Edge browser via Local Group Policy on Windows

Microsoft Edge is a cross-platform web browser developed by Microsoft. It was first released for Windows 10 and Xbox One in 2015, then for Android and iOS in 2017, for macOS in 2019, and as a preview for Linux in October 2020. Edge includes integration with Cortana and has extensions hosted on the Microsoft Store. Kindly refer to some of my contents around Microsoft Edge “How to block automatic delivery of Microsoft Edge Chromium-based, how to configure static page in Microsoft Edge browser via Local Group Policy, how to configure favorites on Microsoft Edge via Group Policy, how to forcefully remove Microsoft Edge Browser the hard way from your device, how to stop Microsoft Edge from remembering your email, and all Group Policies (GPO) available for configuring Microsoft Edge settings.

The latest Microsoft Edge has a lot of group policies that can be configured to your specific needs in your organization. With GPO, this can be achieved as shown below.

Depending on the version as stated in the screenshot, you must configure the Open Microsoft With Policy as well.

Configure Microsoft Edge to pre-launch at Windows Start-up

That is how this can be done via the GPO. This can also be done via the Microsoft settings themselves. But this method is recommended for organization wide policy. For a list of all available Group Policies (GPO) to configure Microsoft Edge Settings, see the following link.

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