End users can disable the Chrome extension in Incognito Mode. This article describes how to create a Group Policy to prevent End Users from disabling the extension.
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Mac, Windows and Linux
Click below for steps for your platform.
For Windows, there are two types of policy templates: an ADM and an ADMX template. Verify which type you can use on your network. The templates show which registry keys you can set to configure Chrome, and what the acceptable values are. Chrome looks at the values set in these registry keys to determine how to act.
The Windows templates, as well as common policy documentation for all operating systems, can be found here:
In the Group Policy Editor, open the template you just added and change the configuration settings. The most commonly-modified policies are:
Apply the policies to the target machines. Depending on your network's configuration, this may require time for the policy to propagate, or you may need to propagate those policies manually via administrator tools.
Chrome policies are described on the Mac in a plist (property list) file. This is found in the Google Chrome Enterprise bundle. To find the plist:
For setup steps, see Chrome Browser quick start (Mac).