Deploy the Uniqkey 2.0 extension via Intune (Edge + Chrome)

This guide is meant for admins who which to deploy the Uniqkey 2.0 browser extension to their end users through Intune (Microsoft Endpoint).

 

Requirements: Access to Microsoft Endpoint Manager (Intune), and permission to create configuration profiles.

 

Intune now supports Chrome settings as part of their policy templates, so it's no longer necessary to import ADMX templates to deploy extensions to Chrome. Attempts to import ADMX templates can result in errors.

 

Step by step:

 

Login to Endpoint.microsoft.com

 

Go to Devices.

 

Click Configuration Profiles.

 

Create a new policy with the following settings.

 

Give the policy a name and description.

Find the option to install extensions in the chosen browser. For Edge the path is this:

 

For Chrome, the option is found here:

 

Find the Uniqkey 2.0 extension ID on the download page for the specified browser.

Edge ID: cghalgafnnidajakoacnnekgkaifionm

Chrome ID: pfblclopmfndegcljgcjbhkpclhepeod

 

Change the policy setting to Enabled, paste the extension ID, and click OK.

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After clicking OK, the window will close, and you can add other settings to the same policy. When you're ready, click Next at the bottom of the page.

 

Add scopes if you wish, and click Next to continue.

 

Add your desired assignments by adding users or groups.

 

Click Next to review your policy. When you're done, click Create.

After refreshing the page, you should see your policy.

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