Good Morning Everyone,What are the reasons you all want to remove the Chrome Extension? You will lose Broswer IPS protection for users using Chrome which will put you in a less secure state. In previous version Chrome did not support Browser Protection. 14.3 RU2 added it with the Chrome Extension. If you could provide some reasons it would be helpful.
Noted. We will enter a Feature Request for this. As of now, there is no way within the product to do this.
Yes. You can whitelist URLs. https://knowledge.broadcom.com/external/article/206213/url-reputation-false-positive-process.html
You can also try using Trusted Web Domain exceptions depending on what IPS detection you are getting.
Some other options that may work for you:
Hello Aleks,This will not be a quick resolution if it is decided to add the option to remove the Chrome Extension via SEPM policy/configuration.
What issues are you having? Have you opened a case?
1. You can disable Browser Protection to place the extension in pass-through mode.2. You can remove IPS to remove the Chrome Extension
Does disabling URL Protection resolve?
Does disabling Browser IPS resolve?
its a mix between external and internal, getting a ticket created now
What is your case number?
No. We have not been able to gather relevant data from customers to look into this issue and we have not been able to reproduce it. This is not resolved in 14.3 RU3.