Consider the following scenario:
- RES ONE Workspace Manager v10.1.0.0 is installed.
- A RES ONE Workspace managed has been created as a RES ONE Workspace managed app (for example Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome,Microsoft Outlook 2016,etc.).
- A file/protocol type has been configured for one of the apps for HTTP,HTTPS,MAILTO,etc.
Some examples of Protocols from a Microsoft Windows 10 installation:
This issue is resolved in Ivanti Workspace Control 10.2.500.0
It is possible to create a DefaultAppassociation xml file which you can edit and implement by using a Microsoft Group Policy. The details on how to set this up can be fount in this link.
Example on howto create an xml for setting up the HTTP and/or HTTPS protocol for Google Chrome brouwser
- Install the Google Chrome browser on a machine with Windows 10 1703 and higher.
- Log in with a Local Administrator without RES ONE Workspace Manager active
- When using the Settings go to Apps - Default apps - Choose default applicatons by protocol and look for the HTTP and/or HTTPS entry
- Select the Applicaiton (Default = Microsoft Edge) and select Google Chrome from the list
- Close the Settings and open up a administrative Command prompt (CMD)
- Type in the following command: Dism /Online /Export-DefaultAppAssocations:\\myshare\AppAssoc.xml
- Open up the xml file and remove all items expcept the entries for Google Chrome. Example:
- Create a new Microsoft Group Policy or edit a current one and go to Computer Configurarion - Policies - Administrative Templates - Windows Components - File Explorer - Set a default associations configuration file and point to the xml fil. Use a Microsoft File share for instance.
Make sure that the File types/protocol has been removed from the RES ONE Workspace managed application.