Manage Microsoft Edge on Surface Hub
Use Microsoft Edge browser policies to configure browser settings in Microsoft Edge via any of the following methods:
- Microsoft Intune
- Your preferred Mobile Device Management (MDM) provider that supports ADMX Ingestion
- Provisioning packages using ADMX Ingestion in Windows Configuration Designer
The swipe down from top of screen gesture to exit full-screen mode requires two fingers with the new Microsoft Edge. The exit full-screen action is also available in the context menu displayed after a long-press touch.
Default Microsoft Edge policies for Surface Hub
Microsoft Edge is preconfigured with the following policy setttings to provide an optimized experience for Surface Hub.
It's recommended to retain the default value for these policy settings.
|Policy setting||Recommended experience||Default value|
|AutoImportAtFirstRun||Do not automatically import datatypes and settings from Microsoft Edge Legacy. This avoids changing signed-in users' profiles with shared settings from the Surface Hub.||4|
|BackgroundModeEnabled||Allow Microsoft Edge processes to keep running in the background even after the last browser window is closed, enabling faster access to web apps during a session.||1|
|BrowserAddProfileEnabled||Do not allow users to create new profiles in Microsoft Edge. This simplifies the browsing and signed-in experience.||0|
|BrowserGuestModeEnabled||Enables only one user to sign-in to Microsoft Edge. This simplifies the browsing and signed-in experience||0|
|BrowserSignin||Enables users to enjoy Single Sign-On (SSO) in Microsoft Edge. When a user is signed into Surface Hub, their credentials can flow to supported websites without requiring them to re-authenticate.||1|
|ExtensionInstallBlockList||Prevents non-admin users from installing new extensions in Microsoft Edge. To configure a list of extensions to be installed by default, use ExtensionInstallForcelist.||*|
|HideFirstRunExperience||Hides the first run experience and splash screen that's normally shown when users run Microsoft Edge for the first time. Since Surface Hub is a shared device, this simplifies the user experience.||1|
|InPrivateModeAvailability||Disables InPrivate mode. Since End Session already clears browsing data, this simplifies the browsing and signed-in experience.||1|
|NewTabPageSetFeedType||Shows the Office 365 feed experience on new tab pages. When a user is signed into Surface Hub, this enables fast access to their files and content on Office 365.||1|
|NonRemovableProfileEnabled||When a user is signed into Surface Hub, a non-removable profile will be created using their organizational account. This simplifies the Single Sign-On (SSO) experience.||1|
|PrintingEnabled||Disables printing in Microsoft Edge. Surface Hub does not support printing.||0|
|ProActiveAuthEnabled||Enables Microsoft Edge to proactively authenticate signed-in users with Microsoft services. This simplifies the Single Sign-On (SSO) experience.||1|
|PromptForDownloadLocation||Automatically saves files to the Downloads folder, rather than asking users where to save the file. This simplifies the browsing experience.||0|
Deployable progressive web apps (PWAs) are not currently supported on the Windows 10 Team operating system. Note also that the Microsoft Edge policy setting WebAppInstallForceList is not supported on Surface Hub.
Configure Microsoft Edge updates
By default, Microsoft Edge is updated automatically. Use Microsoft Edge update policies to configure settings for Microsoft Edge Update. Note that Surface Hub does not support the CreateDesktopShortcut policy setting as Surface Hub does not use desktop shortcuts.
Microsoft Edge requires connectivity to the Internet to support its features. Add the necessary domain URLs to the Allow list to ensure communications through firewalls and other security mechanisms.