Google Chrome and Microsoft Edge (Chromium Version) has recently removed the ability to Disable "Anonymize Local IPs Exposed by WebRTC" as referenced in this article: Disabling Anonymize Local IPs Exposed by WebRTC


To disable this now, you will need to use the following Group Policies:


URLs for which local IPs are exposed in WebRTC ICE candidates (getadmx.com)

Microsoft Edge Browser Policy Documentation | Microsoft Docs 


What is WebRTC?


WebRTC is an HTML5 specification that you can use to add real time media communications directly between browser and devices. 

More Info: https://webrtc.org/


Prerequisites


- Have the Latest Google Chrome ADMX: Download Chrome Browser for Your Business - Chrome Enterprise 

- Have the Latest Microsoft Edge ADMX


Follow these steps to configure Senso to work effectively with Google Chrome and WebRTC:


1. Open Group Policy and Create or Edit a Group Policy ObjectNote: Make sure the policy is applied to all devices that will use the Senso Console on Google Chrome.


2. Go to Computer Configuration/Policies/Administrative Templates/Google/Google Chrome and Open URLs for which Local IPs are exposed in WebRTC ICE Candidates:



3. Make sure to select Enabled and then click on Show. Enter the Value: *senso.cloud*. Click Ok and then Apply. You can now close the Group Policy Object.


4. Devices will now need to have Group Policies updated and then restarted. Once complete, you will now be able to Generate Thumbnails via the Local Network.


Follow these steps to configure Senso to work effectively with Microsoft Edge (Chromium Version) and WebRTC:


1. Open Group Policy and Create or Edit a Group Policy ObjectNote: Make sure the policy is applied to all devices that will use the Senso Console on Google Chrome.


2. Go to Computer Configuration/Policies/Administrative Templates/Microsoft Edge/and Open Manage exposure of local IP addressess by WebRTC 

3. Make sure to select Enabled and then click on Show. Enter the Value exactly as shown here: *senso.cloud* 
4. Click Ok and then Apply. You can now close the Group Policy Object.