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Testing Cofigure Favorites GPO

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I'm trying to test Edge in our company, but can't get the Group Policy Configure Favorites to work. I'm unable to paste the example value as outlined in the policy, it appears I can only paste in the first line which is "[".

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Best Response confirmed by Miha Pecnik (Occasional Contributor)
Solution

@Miha Pecnik 

The format is some kind of JSON. Simply input everything in one single line and it works. I've tested that.

@Klose_BW  thank you, I actually tested it that way, but had one coma too many. It works great now.