I recently manually added Microsoft Edge as a Protected Application within Identity Protection. I get the yellow padlock in the Taskbar and can navigate to websites and type into text fields as normal. However, I cannot type alphanumeric characters into the Start Page or the Address Bar, but I can type basic punctuation keystrokes; .?/=" etc.
Is this because Edge compatability is still only half-baked? Is anyone else experiencing this, or is it just me?
Best answer by RetiredTripleHelixView original
Yes I see that issue as well but just a reminder that Microsoft Edge is not Officially supported by Webroot at this time so I don't know if they would look into this issue by you can always ask! Submit a Support Ticket
any update on typing alphanumeric
I'm observing same as zorak posted re typing alphanumeric with Application Protection for MicrosoftEdge & MicrosoftCPEdge at Protect.
It never was any good and has always been a security threat. Time to let go and move on.
I used to use Netscape Navigator but times change.
Great question as we not heard any news on this so I will ping a couple of Webroot Staff!
Allow doesn't give any protection and you have to manually add the Edge files from:
But what you said here? https://community.webroot.com/got-an-idea-29/add-support-for-microsoft-edge-within-identity-shield-315420#post348181
IMHO we need interaction from the Product Team Managers and or Development and not Support. If they can't figure it out on there own systems then we have big issues. I can reproduce anytime so I know it hasn't been implemented so again IMO what can support do? They can't fix the code to make it work...or to get it implemented.
Windows 10 Release DateThe final version of Windows 10 was released to the public on July 29, 2015. Windows 10 was first released as a preview on October 1, 2014. https://www.lifewire.com/windows-10-2626217