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ReoyalTS Client preconfiguration

Hello,

Our enterprise has purchased RoyalTS Clien and Server licenses. As such, I have been tasked with creating a deployment to install the client part on the users' desktops. My question is exactly how can I change the default web-plugin to Chrome? The best way would be to do this with a powershell command. OS Windows 10, RoyalTS Client 6.0.
Thank you in advance for the information.


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Hi Ivan,


you could use the PowerShell script but it's not recommended. We have a new configuration system in V6 which allows you to set default settings through various methods (registry, config file, environment variables). Here's an example where a default plugin (PuTTY) is set for the Terminal connection:

https://docs.royalapps.com/r2021/royalts/advanced/default-settings.html#json-file-configuration-path


In your case you would need something like this:

    "RoyalWebConnection" : {
        "UseGlobalPlugInWin": false,
        "PlugInWin": "F008C2F0-5FB3-4C5E-A8EB-8072C1183088"
    }



Hi Ivan,


the Web Page default plugin can be changed within the 'Application' document.

From there, select 'Web Page' and then click on 'Edit Default Settings'



You can either choose between a plugin based on Internet Explorer, or Chrome/Essential Objects.



Alternatively, you can do this within the Plugin Management, which can also be accessed via the Default Settings dialogue, as seen in the screenshot.


Let me know if that helps!


br,

Christoph

Thank you Christoph, I know how to do it through the user interface. The question is how to do it with a powershell script.

We are talking about setting up about a hundred users, so we would like to do this automatically.

I found the instructions for changing the general client options, but unfortunately it's not clear to me how the default plug-in can be changed in this way.

https://www.royalapps.com/blog/use-a-powershell-logon-script-to-pre-configure-royal-ts-settings

Best Regards,

Ivan Dmytrenko 

YAVEON Team.

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Hi Ivan,


you could use the PowerShell script but it's not recommended. We have a new configuration system in V6 which allows you to set default settings through various methods (registry, config file, environment variables). Here's an example where a default plugin (PuTTY) is set for the Terminal connection:

https://docs.royalapps.com/r2021/royalts/advanced/default-settings.html#json-file-configuration-path


In your case you would need something like this:

    "RoyalWebConnection" : {
        "UseGlobalPlugInWin": false,
        "PlugInWin": "F008C2F0-5FB3-4C5E-A8EB-8072C1183088"
    }


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