This section describes how to utilize your Active Directory Group Policy Management, against Google Chrome templates, to deploy the Keeper Browser extension to all PCs in your organization. Please note this is a general guide.
On your domain controller, download the zip file and extract the Google Chrome bundle to your desired location. Ex:
Navigate to the directory in which you extracted the Google Chrome Bundle and copy the chrome.admx file located within the
\GoogleChromeEnterpriseBundle64\Configuration\admx directory to
Navigate to the directory in which you extracted the Google Chrome Bundle and copy the chrome.adml file located within the
\GoogleChromeEnterpriseBundle64\Configuration\admx\en-US directory to
Open Group Policy Manager on your domain controller and expand out your domain -> Group Policy Objects. If you currently do not have a Group Policy created in which you want to utilize for Chrome Policies, proceed to right clicking on Group Policy Objects and create a New Policy.
2. Name the policy something relevant. Ex: “Chrome Policy”
3. Once created, right click the new policy and select Edit.
4. Expand out Chrome Policy -> Computer Configuration -> Policies -> Administrative Templates -> Google Chrome -> Extensions then Right click and Edit the “Configure the list of force-installed apps and extensions”
5. Tick the Enable button, and then click the Show button.
6. Add the following text and click OK.
7. Click Apply, and then click OK
8. Disable Chrome's Built-In Password Manager by navigating to Google Chrome -> Password manager and then Right click and Edit the “Enable saving passwords to the password manager”
9. Tick the "Disabled" button, and then click Apply, and then click OK.
10. Following the same process as steps 8 - 9, direct within Google Chrome Administrative Templates Policy definitions, Disable Chrome's AutoFill capabilities by editing both "Enable AutoFill for addresses" and "Enable AutoFill for credit cards" and setting them to disabled.
11. Exit the Group Policy Management Editor, Right Click the OU of your choice, and select Link an Existing GPO.
12. Select the “Chrome Policy” and click “OK”
For any PC within that OU, the “Chrome Policy” will automatically install the Keeper Security Browser Extension, if Chrome is installed on those PCs as well as disable Chrome's, less secure, built-in password manager and AutoFill capabilities.
On a target client device, open Google Chrome and navigate to chrome://policy to see all policies that are applied. If you applied policy settings on the local computer, policies should appear immediately.
You may need to close and reopen Google Chrome before the new policies appear.