Hi everyone! I have such kind of problem, maybe some of you have faced this.
I've blocked Chrome, Firefox and Opera, but it also blocked Microsoft Edge, which should work.
I tested deleting this application filters, which I created and found that the problem was with Chrome app filter.
I have shared it here. What can cause a problem?
I know that you could setup custom http headers on Microsoft Edge on Windows Mobile, so I would assume that you could do the same on a Windows device. As long as this is possible you could build a custom signature for that and allow it.
Could you point out where others have run into this, that pattern should really never match a Edge request?
There was a request to block Chrome only, but after we setup this in production, we noticed that Edge isn't working too. So, if I'm not mistaken, your advice is to built new signature on Windows side and then implement in on Palo Alto?
Thanks in advance.
I think this subject is not solved.
The issue is that in Edge o Edge Chromium we cannot put a pattern like Edg/\ as is too short so, how can Edge Chromium be block without blocking Chrome or other browser?
Thank you very much in advance
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