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09: Does PolicyPak Manage Chrome or Edge "Flags"?
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Chrome supports command-line switches also called flags. They allow you to run Chrome with special options that can help you by enabling or disabling a particular feature by modifying the default functionality.

In this KB we show how you can use flags or a command-line switch for Google Chrome with PolicyPak Browser Router.

For a complete list of Chromium command-line switches, visit this link

Launching a URL in Incognito mode:

For example, if you want to launch a specific URL under an incognito mode then you should configure the PPBR rule like in below screenshot.

Please note that the syntax  %url% is case sensitive.




Please also note that Chromium often removes a flag's support or replaces it with ADMX settings.

For example, a command-line to disable “Google Translate” --disable-translate is not supported anymore and it is replaced with this policy setting


PS: Command line arguments don't work when the source and target browsers are the same.

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