Webview2's equivalent to edge://settings/content/insecureContent ?

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Programs that use Webview is not honoring the setting placed inside of edge://settings/content/insecureContent.

 

Does Webview have it's own settings area so that http:// (not s) can be done without the warning message?  Ie. for use with internal ip servers, etc.

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