Protocol Application and Web Browser Extensions Installation
To open documents from a web page, the Edit Any Document requires a protocol application to be installed on the client machine. It also requires a web browser extension to be installed and activated. The articles in this section describe the client-side software installation.
Protocol Application Installation on Windows
This article describes the specifics of installing a protocol application on Windows. Note that in addition to protocol application installation you must also install web browser extension(s). You can automate web browser extensions installation via ...
Installing Protocol Application Web Browser Extensions
The Edit Document Opener protocol application is provided with web browser extensions for Google Chrome, Firefox, Microsoft Edge Chromium, Safari, and Legacy Edge web browsers. The web browser extensions pass cookies to the protocol application as we ...
Installing Web Browser Extensions Using Group Policy
To install web browser extensions using group policy follow instructions below: Unzip the ITHitExtensionsInstall.zip file and copy the .admx files and the en-US folder to the %systemroot%\PolicyDefinitions folder on your Active Directory or RDS ho ...
Configuring NTLM Authentication and Avoiding the Login Prompt
This article describes bow to avoid the login dialog with NTML authentication and enable NTLM with SSL connection. In some cases, document opening may fail if NTLM authentication is used with SSL connection and a user selects to save its credentials ...