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  1. Cliff S's Avatar
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       #20

    Brink said:
    Hey Cliff,

    It sounds like it may be a bug. Might send feedback to Microsoft about it to help make them aware in case others are having the same issue.
    I already did that, and upvoted about... 100+ other ones
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  2. Cliff S's Avatar
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    Hi Shawn, lastnight I resent the feedback, this time using the "Recreate my problem" feature, as I believe I forgot to do that the first time around, and this morning they said they got the feedback.

    This recreate feature is probably the most important thing to use, and one should give them all the info, and not nitpick.
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       #22

    I agree. That is very good feedback feature to help them know exactly what caused it.
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  4. Cliff S's Avatar
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       #23

    It would be great for OEM's & software devs if that was a stand alone app/feature, and one could then save the results to a zip folder and send it to the companies, like when an installer fails, or a program fails to load after a Windows update

    Maybe you could talk to your other senior MVP colleagues and bring this up to Microsoft(or post the idea on twitter(I don't do twitter)).
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       #24

    I'm not sure how that would work for a 3rd party app, but it is a good idea.
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       #25

    Shawn when I read this, I yelled HEEEEEEEEY!!!!!! I go there all the time

    While tring to find out why I can get a WDAG to open I went to Microsoft Docs and eventually ended up at Testing scenarios, this quote is from there:
    4. Go to an untrusted, but safe URL (for this example, we used msn.com) and view the new Microsoft Edge window, making sure you see the Application Guard visual cues.
    They really know how to push there own products, don't they
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    This is what it looks like in my RegEdit:
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       #27

    Hey Cliff,

    LOL, that's funny MS used msn.com as an untrusted but safe example.

    Were you able to turn on Windows Defender Application Guard for Microsoft Edge (not Chromium version)?
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  9. Cliff S's Avatar
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       #28

    Brink said:
    Hey Cliff,

    LOL, that's funny MS used msn.com as an untrusted but safe example.

    Were you able to turn on Windows Defender Application Guard for Microsoft Edge (not Chromium version)?
    Nope
    I've tried everything, event vierw wasn't that much help either.

    I may have to bite the bullet and try an inplace upgrade and see if that repairs whatever the problem is.
    Or just wait until 1903 comes out.
    I say bite the bullet, as it can just as well brek something that's working too(It's happend to me before, I#ll just make an image beforehand).
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  10. Brink's Avatar
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       #29

    Hopefully a repair install will fix it so you can enable it.
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