01-10-2020 03:05 AM
01-10-2020 03:30 AM
there are multiple ways to get the extension ID
this is for example for ublock origin adblocker extension
the last part of the URL is the ID: "odfafepnkmbhccpbejgmiehpchacaeak"
01-10-2020 03:36 AMSolution
Also, if you disable this option using Intune policy
Then you're good to go and don't have to worry about other stores but if it stays enabled or users be able to enable them, then you have to add the same extension's ID from other stores to your bloklist as well.
so again as an example, ublock origin on Microsoft add-on store has this ID:
but on Google chrome extension store it has this ID:
hope that helps
01-10-2020 04:10 AM
Side note: When I try to get the ID of an extension I'd like to selectively block, I get this:
There doesn't seem to be an ID on this screen. But you're right, it is in the URL - so I'm good to go.
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