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To set Microsoft Edge as the default browser in Windows 10, you need to encode the following XML to Base64 – this can be done online on various encoders.
<?xml version=”1.0″ encoding=”UTF-8″?>
<Association ApplicationName=”Microsoft Edge Beta” ProgId=”MSEdgeBHTML” Identifier=”.html”/>
<Association ApplicationName=”Microsoft Edge Beta” ProgId=”MSEdgeBHTML” Identifier=”http”/>
<Association ApplicationName=”Microsoft Edge Beta” ProgId=”MSEdgeBHTML” Identifier=”https”/>
When you have a Base64 value you can create an Intune profile by following this guide:
- Start Microsoft 365 Device Management portal
- Go to Device Configuration -> Profiles -> Add
- Enter a name for the profile etc “Edge Beta as default Browser”
- Select “Windows 10 and later” as Platform and “Custom” under Profile type
- Clik Settings -> Add
Enter the following values:
- Name: “Set Default apps”
- Description: “Edge Beta”
- OMA-URI: “./Vendor/MSFT/Policy/Config/ApplicationDefaults/DefaultAssociationsConfiguration”
- Data type: “String”
- Value: ‘the Base64 value you created earlier’
Now you can deploy the profile to the users and let them use Edge Beta as the default browser on Windows 10 devices.
Remember to join my webinar September 16, where I will walk you though the deployment processes for Windows 10.
Join my Windows 10 Autopilot deployment Webinar on Skype September 16 at 19:00 to 20:30