I want to install password manager on my PC to use with Microsoft Edge. I have it installed using Internet Explorer, but want to use it with Edge also. How do I intall the tool bar on Edge?
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You are most welcome...anytime. Glad to hear that this is sorted for you and that I was able to provide you with the solution. ;)
You are most welcome...anytime. Glad to hear that this is sorted for you.
I have just tried the proceedure from scratch here and the golden padlock superimposes over the Green 'W' icon representing WSA.
The notification tray area is the little row of icons that sit in the task bar to the left of the Windows time/clock...see the screenshot below:
You should be seeing what I have indicated with Arrow 1. If yo are not seeing the WSA icon as shown above left click on the up arrow (indicated by Arrow 2.) and that should reveal other notification tray icons that are flagged as being hidden. If you find the WSA icon amongst them you can left click and drag it to the task bar so that if remains visible going forward.
Hope that helps further?
However...... "if you now opne Edge you should notice that the Golden Padlock superimposes over the WSA icon in the notification tray to indicate that you are protected."
I closed Edge, and re opened it. I am not sure of what you refer to as the "notification tray", but I don't see a Golden Padlock anywhere. Is a restart necessary?
Check out that you are gettingthe Goilden Padlock appear when you opne Edge and if so then ...job done.
Hope that you are well?
No problem at all...that is relatively simple. All you have to do is to click on the grar/cog icon to the right of the Identity Protection tab in the main app panel and then click on the Application Protection tab. Click on the 'Add Application' button in the bottom right hand corner of the next panel displayed, and in the Filename box enter the following folder path:
and from that folder in turn select the following .exes:
clicking the 'Open' button after selecting each one in turn.
If you then look in the list of protected application under 'Application Protection' you should see each of the .exes listed with a status of 'Protect', and if you now opne Edge you should notice that the Golden Padlock superimposes over the WSA icon in the notification tray to indicate that you are protected.
Give that a try and post back if you run into any difficulties.
I'd like to take you up on that offer. Please let us know how to do that. Thanks!
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I am afraid that the simple answer is that you cannot nor can the Webroot Filtering extension be used with Edge, as it does not support the addition of extensions or addons.
I believe that it expected that this feature will appear at some time in the future; indeed what I was reading recently is that it was planned to introduce that feature as part of the Fall Update of Windows 10 (released 12th November last) but that the introduction has been put back to later...but there is no news as to when.
My recommendation is to keep checking back here as when Webroot get the heads up that this functionality is available they will start working on compatible extensions, and the beta testing team will most likely get a look at the Edge capable extension first.
The main thing to know about Edge is that it does not get automatically included in the browsers picked up and covered by the Identity Protection feature so one will need to add it to make sure that WSA's protection includes use of Edge. Let us know if you would like to know how to do this.