Slimjet Group Policy

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shelldozer
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Slimjet Group Policy

Post by shelldozer » Tue May 21, 2019 4:27 am

I am looking for a way to preconfigure several Slimjet settings for an office network environment (including for any new staff or new PCs that come along in future), without having to do it manually. Being able to lock-down some of those would be a handy bonus.

I have played around with the Group Policy templates published by the Chromium Projects, but those are structured to target Chrome itself (or browsers that explicitly pretend to be Chrome); thus Slimjet does not react to any GPOs set from those templates.

Is there another way, or a Slimjet-specific set of Group Policy Templates?

The settings I want to preset (and lock-down if at all possible) are:
  • Home page
  • Go to the following page when opening a new tab = Home page
  • Confirm when closing browser window with multiple tabs = Enabled
  • Show tips at startup = Disabled
  • Automatically shrink photo files to make upload faster = Disabled
  • Block cross-domain HTTP referrer = Enabled
  • Block social network javascript on third-party websites = Enabled
  • Replace indirect link in search engine results with direct link to original site = Enabled
  • Allow sites to check if you have payment methods saved = Disabled
  • Disable reading from HTML5 canvas = Enabled
  • Ask where to save each file before downloading = Enabled
  • Search engine used in the address bar = duckduckgo
  • On startup = open home page
  • Use Slimjet new tab page instead of default new tab page = Enabled
Any ideas?
-- Mike

shelldozer
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Re: Slimjet Group Policy

Post by shelldozer » Tue May 21, 2019 4:31 am

Forgot to mention another setting that would also be fantastically useful for us to preset: PrintPreviewUseSystemDefaultPrinter=Enabled (it's not in the Slimjet UI, but the capability does appear to be in the Chromium codebase).

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