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Web Control 10.6.1

Hi

Using Web Control 10.6.1.

How to block that  User(s) cannot easily disable & remove Web Control extensions. in chrome & firefox.

Is there any solution or alternate to this in McAfee.

thanks

Madan

 

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Reliable Contributor sunshinebg
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Re: Web Control 10.6.1

Try this:

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McAfee Employee chealey
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Re: Web Control 10.6.1

Please see: https://kc.mcafee.com/corporate/index?page=content&id=KB87568

This is the only way we can enforce the browser extension.

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Re: Web Control 10.6.1

Looking solution for chrome.....

As user easilty disable & remove web control extensions....

OR it there any other ways to block as ccproxy or web gateway??

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Re: Web Control 10.6.1

@madan1133 As is mentioned in KB87568, in order to forcibly have Web Control enabled within Chrome, you must force enable it through AD. The Chrome excerpt from the article is below

Enable ENS Web Control in Chrome: 
In Chrome, the menu icon is highlighted and a pop-up window opens with a message stating a new extension has been installed and is ready for use. ENS Web Control will not function in Chrome until the extension is enabled.

If an end user deletes the ENS Web Control extension in Chrome, you cannot restore the extension through ePO. An uninstall and reinstall of ENS Web Control will not add the ENS Web Control extension back in Chrome. To make the ENS Web Control extension available in Chrome again, you must either delete the Chrome user profile that deleted the ENS Web Control extension or reinstall Chrome on the system.

 

Chrome also allows for the ENS Web Control extension to be force-enabled through Active Directory. For details, see https://support.google.com/chrome/a/answer/187202?hl=en. The APPID for ENS Web Control is jjkchpdmjjdmalgembblgafllbpcjlei, and the location at which the extension is hosted is:https://clients2.google.com/service/update2/crx. APPIDs are case-sensitive.

When you add the ENS Web Control extension to force install in group policy, you need to remove the SiteAdvisor Enterprise extension from being force installed. Otherwise, there will be two icons in Chrome. The SiteAdvisor Enterprise icon does not function because the SiteAdvisor Enterprise service is not running. The SiteAdvisor Enterprise extension interferes with the ENS Web Control extension, and it causes navigation issues from ENS Web Control enforcement messages.

 

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