5. Once this is completed, search for Group in your search bar, and click the 'Edit Group Policy - Control Panel' result
7. If done properly, there should be one (or more) Microsoft Edge folders present
1. In the Group Policy Editor we opened in Step 7, click the folder named Microsoft Edge
2. Double Click on the Extensions folder within the Microsoft Edge folder
3. Right click on 'Control Which Extensions Can Be Installed Silently' and choose 'Edit'
1. Click the 'Enabled' radio button
2. Click the 'Show' button within the Options box
3. Add the following Extension ID to install Nomad, and click the OK button on the 'Show Contents' box:
4. Click the 'Apply' button on
the 'Control Which Extensions are Installed Silently' window, followed by the
'OK' button to close the window
1. Using the Group Policy Management Console (gpmc.msc) or another method, create the following registry key:
The result should resemble the following:
2. Next, create a new ‘String Value’ called ‘libraryId’. This can be done using the following command line:
reg add "HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Policies\Microsoft\Edge\3rdparty\extensions\aegommgkkknipcpebmcbepdapjdojiji\policy" /v libraryId /t REG_SZ /d <ENTER YOUR LIBRARY ID> /f
However, you can also elect to do this manually, via the Group Policy Management Console, Regedit, and so on. Whatever you’re most comfortable working with!
**IMPORTANT!!** - Please note that ‘libraryId’ has a capital ‘I’ in ID, and that this is case sensitive!
The result should look like the following:
Please be sure to replace the sample instructions ‘ENTER YOUR LIBRARY ID (e.g. 1234)’ with your actual libraryId.
Congratulations! LibKey Nomad is now managed and configured for Microsoft Edge using Windows Group Policy!
Edge configured with LibKey Nomad using Windows Group Policy Manger: