I've started using Chromium over Google's Chrome.
All the extensions I use have installed without problem, with one exception. The Webroot Password Manager...
I have tried the Webroot_Button_Fix.exe and the toolbarfix.exe in an attempt to install the extension in Chromium. Neither has installed the extension. This is most likey thrwarted by the fact that you do not "install" Chromium as you do a normal application. That is my opinion.
Is there any other option to install the password manager extension for Chromium?
Best answer by RetiredTripleHelixView original
Can you go to this hidden area C:ProgramDataWRDataPKGlpchrome.crx and DRAG the file into the open Browser and it should install! Please let us know if it works and or how to get to the hidden area!
The "TRICK" to installing it with the drag-n-drop method is to navigate to Setting / Extensions and drag-n-drop the file you mention into the Extensions page.
It is now installed and functioning properly... I will see if this method must be used after every Chromium update, but the method is simple enough... :D
Thank you very much for your outstanding service and support!
I have been using Chrome and haven't noticed any issues with the extensions due to its updates.
Now running Chromium Version 36.0.1923.0 (261132) and all is well...
Welcome to the Webroot Community,
Have you tried installing the Webfilter Extension located here? https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/webroot-filtering-extensi/kjeghcllfecehndceplomkocgfbklffd
Webroot Password Manager
Thank you for that information. Did you uninstall/reinstall Webroot like this below
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tried all your ideas, but Chrome isn't providing the lpchrome.crx file any longer
This is the link to Webroot Web Filtering Extension for Chrome:
By the looks of things he want's the Password Manager!
Password Management Toolbar Fix Tool For PC:
From what he says, he seems to have successfully downloaded Password Manager using the Chrome Store link Support gave him.
Problem seems to be he had been referring to your fix in a much earlier post on this thread back in the dim distant past of 2014 :S instead of referring to more recent posts by Sherry from earlier this year.