Microsoft Edge group policies
Microsoft Edge works with Group Policy and Microsoft Intune to help you manage your organization's computer settings. Group Policy objects (GPOs) can include registry-based Administrative Template policy settings, security settings, software deployment information, scripts, folder redirection, and preferences.
Learn how you can configure Microsoft Edge to show search suggestions in the address bar.
Learn how you can configure Microsoft Edge to load Adobe Flash content automatically.
Learn how you can set up and use the books library, such as using a shared books folder for students and teachers.
Learn how you can customize the browser settings, such as printing and saving browsing history, plus more.
Learn how to configure Microsoft Edge for development and testing.
Learn how you can configure Microsoft Edge to either prevent or allow users to install and run unverified extensions.
Learn how you can provision a standard favorites list as well as keep the favorites lists in sync between IE11 and Microsoft Edge.
Learn how you can customize the home button or hide it.
Learn how you use Microsoft Edge and Internet Explorer together for a full browsing experience.
Learn how Microsoft Edge kiosk mode works with assigned access to let IT administrators create a tailored browsing experience designed for kiosk devices.
Learn how to configure the New Tab page in Microsoft Edge.
Learn how pre-launching helps the performance of Microsoft Edge and minimizes the amount of time required to start up Microsoft Edge.
Learn how you can set the default search engine and configure additional ones.
Learn how you can keep your environment and users safe from attacks.
Learn how to configure the Start pages in Microsoft Edge.
Learn how to you can prevent the "browser" group from syncing and prevent users from turning on the Sync your Settings toggle.
Learn how you can configure Microsoft Edge to collect certain data.
View all available group policies for Microsoft Edge on Windows 10.