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MS Edge Support


Hello,



does SecureLogin 8.6 support the MS Edge browser on Windows 10?

I can't find anything in the documentation for this.



Kind Regards

Frank
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Re: MS Edge Support

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Re: MS Edge Support

hi,

it's an installation option ..

florian

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Re: MS Edge Support

Greetings,

SecureLogin 8.6 does have Edge Support built in.

The engineering part is complete... but we are having issues with Microsoft allowing us to post our plug-in in the store.

Please be patient as we work through this issue. Check the store frequently until you see our plug-in.

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Antw: Re: MS Edge Support


Ahh,



that may be the reason that I can't find anything in the documentation about this.



Thanks - Frank
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Anonymous_User Absent Member.
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Antw: Re: MS Edge Support


But now I have another question:



What do You mean with "store"?



On our company workstations it is not allowed to install something from the MS store (if this is what you mean)?

The plugin will not be posted to the costumer center?





Regards - Frank


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Sorato Absent Member.
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Re: Antw: Re: MS Edge Support

We have same restrictions.

However i have installed securelogin 8.6 and activate ms edge extension (v. 3.1.0.0) from store, but securelogin in edge intercepts only popup windows (like CredentialUIBroker) not web login forms.
Is this correct ?

thanks for any advance
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Sorato Absent Member.
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Re: Antw: Re: MS Edge Support

i also test this extension in Chrome v.66 and Mozilla v.60 with success.

regards
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Anonymous_User Absent Member.
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Antw: Re: MS Edge Support


Yes, I tested Chrome & Mozilla also with success.



I was not able to test Edge Integretion for now BUT:



I do not find ANYTHING about this in the documentation!!!



Hey anyone MicroFocus!

Is it possible to write something about the new integrations in the documentation - only Edge support is what I'm interrested in!





Kind Regards

Frank




>>> Sorato<Sorato@no-mx.forums.microfocus.com> 14.05.2018 10:14 >>>







i also test this extension in Chrome v.66 and Mozilla v.60 with

success.
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Re: Antw: Re: MS Edge Support

The Single Sign-on Assistant v 3.1.0 that is in the Windows store is a version that will only work with Access Manager and CloudAccess.
It was intended to interact with SecureLogin, however we where forced to exclude the interaction with SecureLogin native components.
We are continuing discussion with MS to work towards making SecureLogin interaction possible.

The extension is targeting web login forms and not http basic authentication.

It is possible to have SecureLogin .Net or Win32 automate the Windows Security dialog for http basic (domain) authentication
, which would include when Edge/InternetExplorer/RemoteDesktop/FileShares etc. would show it.


Microsoft policy for Edge extensions is blocking on several fronts, the main points are
* that they will only allow applications where the main functions will work on Windows 10S
- that is not requiring any module for core function that cannot be installed from the Windows store, 10S being limited to store apps only.
* that you must install extensions only published via the MS Store
- I understand the appx can be downloaded and distribute via group policy, as long as the appx got signed by the store, either public or 'windows store for business'
* side loaded extension is possible, however users need to have deloper mode enable, are prompted on each use to re enable, and it requires the installation of additional developer signing certificate
- all of which are quite obviously undesirable for general use.

Some related links
https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/legal/windows/agreements/microsoft-browser-extension-policy
https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/microsoft-edge/extensions/extensions-for-enterprise
https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/uwp/publish/distribute-lob-apps-to-enterprises
https://stackoverflow.com/questions/48165292/force-install-microsoft-edge-extension-enterprise-environment

Greg Domjan Senior Software Engineer
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