The difference between them is that the settings of the latter section of policies can be changed by users in the browser settings on their computers.
The settings of the first section are fixed and even the local administrator won’t be able to change them in the browser.
Try spybot from Adaware SE from to tools, options, general, temporary internet files, settings. Gpresult is only showing the initial group of url's that i put in it to start off and even those aren't on my favorites maybe you have a problem with Policy Replication.
check your File Replication Service logs for hints.
For some odd reason, after I run gpupdate /force on both server and client, the GPOs do not apply.
because it is quite difficult to manage and update it centrally.
In this article we’ll get acquainted with the administrative templates (admx) of group policies, provided by Google, that allow to manage Chrome settings centrally and make it easier to deploy and use this browser in corporate networks.
As you can see, here is a Windows 7 PC after gpupdate: This means it is being applied.
Well, it was the exact same way when I made the GPO and it did not do those two until a few days passed... My domain controller is a Windows Server 2012 R2 and the clients being tested are Windows 7 SP1 Activate the GPO setting "Always wait for the network at computer startup and logon" (in Computer Configuration\Policies\Administrative Templates\System\Logon).