Setting G Suite for Education Policies: Step 3 Follow

Block Apps or Extensions

Some Apps and Extensions can be used to stop Highlights and other extensions from working correctly. Such Apps and Extensions need to be blocked. Hapara strongly recommends blocking the following extensions:

Apps and Extensions can be blocked with either a blacklist (allow all except a list of specific apps/extensions) or whitelist (block all except a list of specific apps/extensions).

This can be managed under:

admin.google.com > Device Management > Chrome Management > User Settings > Apps and Extensions>Allow or Block All Apps and Extensions

 

The “Chrome Apps and Extensions Developer Tool” is known to be potentially disruptive to the Highlights extension. Once the blacklist is enabled (see above) this app can be added to the blacklist by following the steps below:

 

1. At Allowed Apps and Extensions and click Manage

 

2. Click Chrome Web Store 

 

3. Search for the app in the Store by typing Chrome Apps in the search box and pressing the Enter key

4. Choose to Add the Chrome Apps and Extensions Developer Tool

5. Click Save

 

The number of "blocked" apps or extensions should have incremented.

6. Be sure to SAVE CHANGES in the lower right-hand corner.

 

The above example shows how to use a blacklist, but this could also be achieved by blocking all the apps extensions except the ones that you specify.

 

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Highlights Installation Guide
1. Setting G Suite for Education Policies (Viewing) 6. Shared Device Best Practices (Optional) 
2. Pushing Out the Student Extension  7. Privacy: Time/IP Restrictions 
3. Verifying Student Extension Connectivity  8. Enabling Highlights 
4. Network Access/Whitelisting  9. Highlights Browser Compatibility  
5. G Suite for Education Device Settings (Option)   

 

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