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"Microsoft Edge - Default Settings" policies become mandatory in Application Guard (WDAG)

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When enabling a default setting in "Microsoft Edge - Default Settings (user can override)" policies (e.g. "Block third party cookies") the setting can be changed in the normal Edge settings (as expected).

When starting an Application Guard window the setting is grayed out and can't be changed from the policy's default value.