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Chrome - Kuruluşunuz Tarafından Yönetiliyor Uyarısı
Kayıt Tarihi: 04/Nisan/2007
How to Remove an “Installed by Enterprise Policy” Extension
Extensions like this can often—but, unfortunately, not always—be removed by modifying the Windows registry. Here’s how.
First, fire up Chrome, type
chrome://extensionsinto the Omnibox, and then hit Enter.
At the top of the page, toggle the switch that reads “Developer Mode” to the “On” position. This lets you view a bit more information about each extension that we need for the steps below.
Scroll down until you find the extension added by policy—look for the one you can’t remove normally from the Extensions page. Highlight the extension’s ID, and hit Ctrl+C to copy it to your clipboard.
Extensions that are unable to uninstall often have the “Remove” button greyed out or missing entirely. So, be on the lookout for any extensions that prevent you from clicking the Remove button.
To remove an “Installed by Policy” Extension, you need to make a few edits in the Windows Registry.
Standard Warning: Registry Editor is a powerful tool and misusing it can render your system unstable or even inoperable. This is a pretty simple registry edit, and as long as you stick to the instructions, you shouldn’t have any problems. That said, if you’ve never worked with it before, consider reading about how to use the Registry Editor before you get started. And definitely back up the Registry (and your computer!) before making changes.
Next, open the Registry Editor by hitting Start and typing “regedit.” Press Enter to open the Registry Editor and then permit it to make changes to your PC.
In the Registry Editor, click “Edit” and then click “Find.”
Paste the ID from the extension we copied earlier by pressing Ctrl+V and then click “Find Next.”
When Registry Editor finds the ID, right-click the value containing that ID and then click “Delete.”
Note: Ensure you delete the whole registry value and not just the string inside it.
Click “Edit,” then “Find Next” to locate any other registry entries containing the extension’s ID and then delete them as well.
The two primary keys you want to look for will end in “ExtensionInstallForcelist,” and you’ll usually find them in the following locations:
HKEY_USERS\Group Policy Objects\Machine\Software\Policies\Google\Chrome\ExtensionInstallForcelist HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Policies\Google\Chrome\ExtensionInstallForcelist
You can now close Registry Editor and restart Chrome.
Head back to
chrome://extensionsand click the “Remove” button inside the extension you want to remove.
The Nuclear Option: Delete Group Policies
If you can’t remove the extension even after completing the steps above, or you weren’t able to find it in the Registry, you can take things one step further and remove all group policies on your machine using Command Prompt.
WARNING: This will delete all the group policies on your system! Do not do this if you’re on a domain that applies group policies to your system (in this case, there will likely be protections in place that prevent you from performing the procedure, anyway). Only do this if you’re on a home computer and you don’t have any group policies set. You may experience unintended consequences after running this command.
To delete all the group policies associated with your machine, you must not be part of a group policy where a legitimate administrator is intentionally forcing these extensions on you. This fix is intended for people who have been duped into installing malicious extensions to their browser.
Fire up an elevated Command Prompt by hitting Start, type “command,” and you’ll see “Command Prompt” listed as the main result. Right-click that result and choose “Run as administrator.”
Now that you have an elevated Command Prompt window open, enter the following commands, one at a time:
RD /S /Q "%WinDir%\System32\GroupPolicyUsers" RD /S /Q "%WinDir%\System32\GroupPolicy"
Here’s a quick overview of what those arguments do:
- RD: Remove Directory command
- /S switch: Removes all directories and files in the specified path
- /Q switch: Removes everything in quiet mode, so that you aren’t prompted to confirm every file you’re deleting.
After these two directories have deleted, you must run the following command to update your policy settings in the Registry:
The whole process looks like this when completed.
Afterward, you might need to restart your computer for everything to be updated and fully removed.
Option 2: Remove Chrome Policies (via the registry) on a Standalone Computer
If your system is not connected to a corporate network and is a standalone system, you may remove all those Chrome Policies using the registry.
- Start the Registry Editor (
- Go to the following location:
- Export the branch by saving it to a REG file.
Chromeand choose Delete to delete the branch.
- Repeat the same under the following branch:
- Exit the Registry Editor.
Option 3: Remove Chrome Policies (via Chrome policy remover Batch file) on Windows Pro systems
The following solution was posted by a product expert at Chrome user forums.
- Download the Chrome policy remover batch file. If you see a message saying that the type of file can harm your computer, click Keep.
- Right-click it and select Run as administrator.
- Click Yes at the confirmation prompt and allow the process to complete.
- If you see a message saying that Windows protected your PC, click More info > Run anyway.
The Batch file removes the following folders:
After running the batch file (or manually clearing those folders), carry out the following steps:
- (Windows only) Install and run the Chrome Cleanup Tool.
- Scan your computer for the unwanted software using recommended removal software:
- Windows: Malwarebytes, AdwCleaner, HitmanPro.
- Mac: Malwarebytes.
- Uninstall unfamiliar or suspicious extensions.
- Uninstall suspicious programs from your computer:
- Reset your browser settings.
This removes Google Chrome policies and the message Managed by your organization on your device.
Kayıt Tarihi: 26/Mart/2003
Malware muhabbetinden öte, bazı eklentiler istatistik veri toplama gibi işlemlerde yetki istiyor o zaman da çıkabiliyor.
Linux kullananlar "/etc/opt/chrome/policies/managed" altindaki json dosyasına bakıp durumu ayrıntıları görebilir.
Redhat tabanli bir distro kullananlar:
sudo dnf remove fedora-chromium-config
Debian tabanli distro kullananlar:
sudo mv --verbose --target-directory=/tmp /etc/chromium /etc/chromium-browser /etc/opt/chrome ~/.config/google-chrome ~/.config/chromium