|Disable external protocol warning||artvanderlay00||1/28/09 5:13 PM|
Our intranet has page with links that launch a VOIP soft phone eg. sip...@126.96.36.199. However when I use Chrome I get an External Protocol Request warning dialog. I can click Launch Application but it is annoying. Is there any way to make the application trusted so that the dialog doesn't appear?
|Re: Disable external protocol warning||Shahin.M||2/23/09 11:34 AM|
I have the same problem and would love to find an answer...
|Re: Disable external protocol warning||SisecoCRM||4/14/09 12:09 AM|
We also have the same problem only with GOOGLE CHROME !
there is an option somewhere?
|Re: Disable external protocol warning||Samuel29||4/27/09 1:10 AM|
Hi, same annoyment with "ssh" protocol handler (vista).
I use ssh:// links dozens of times a day...
any clue ?
|Re: Disable external protocol warning||andrei.neculau||5/1/09 2:32 AM|
And now Spotify is also problematic for some..
|Re: Disable external protocol warning||SiX-P4cK||7/5/09 12:59 PM|
|Re: Disable external protocol warning||WhetDawg||7/10/09 10:52 AM|
I need an option to disable this as we use application defined protocols 100-200 times a day. Is there a way to add a protocol to a trusted zone similar to how IE handles?
|Re: Disable external protocol warning||SisecoCRM||7/10/09 11:33 AM|
We have a CRM (CRM b.com) that we have perfected for use GOOGLE CHROME fantastic, but there is something that interacts with a bar phone (Phone CTI Integration) protocols through custom ... I leave you to imagine that stress.Il problem has been well known for months. GOOGLE read those?
You can put this option?
DISABLE EXTERNAL CONTROL PROTOCOL! ALWAYS x
|Re: Disable external protocol warning||dpepper||7/13/09 10:25 AM|
Has anyone found a solution to this yet?
|Re: Disable external protocol warning||SisecoCRM||7/13/09 11:52 AM|
unfortunately still no
google is asleep
|Re: Disable external protocol warning||SisecoCRM||7/29/09 11:58 AM|
Anyone from Google Chrome Team would be so kind to give me an answer ??
|Re: Disable external protocol warning||SisecoCRM||8/26/09 12:25 AM|
ANY NEWS ?!
|Re: Disable external protocol warning||lalalnx||9/8/09 12:40 PM|
for a local workaround you can do this -
C:\Documents and Settings\<USERNAME>\Local Settings\Application Data\Google\Chrome\User Data
Edit the "Local State" file, and add a line under
to include your protocol.
Chrome must be closed for this to take effect, because chrome dumps to that file when it closes.
|Re: Disable external protocol warning||Samuel29||9/9/09 3:04 AM|
Thank you SO much, it works fine !
one small precision : for MS Vista users, the path is C:\Users\<username>\AppData\Local\Google\Chrome\User Data\Local State
|Re: Disable external protocol warning||SisecoCRM||9/9/09 3:21 AM|
HI and thank you !!!
Ecco il dettaglio in ITALIANO per B.com CRM
Controllo protocollo SIPHONE di b.com CRM in Google Chrome
Ecco come disabilitarlo...
1) Chiudere GOOGLE CHROME
2) Aprire il file
C:\Documents and Settings\<USERNAME>\Impostazioni locali\Dati applicazioni\Google\Chrome\User Data\
3) Nella sezione "protocol_handler", sotto la riga
aggiungere queste tre righe
4) Salvare il file e rilanciare Google CHROME.
|Re: Disable external protocol warning||RyanSCampbell||9/12/09 11:45 AM|
@lalalnx - I found the file you were referring to, but I don't know how to "include your protocol." I'm looking to disable the warning for when I click on the I-Tunes button to buy a song at Pandora.com. What might the protocol look like for I-Tunes?
|Re: Disable external protocol warning||RyanSCampbell||9/12/09 12:23 PM|
UPDATE: In reading the error message box I realized that it is actually using the iTMS protocol when you click on the link, so I just added the protocol, "itms": false, and now it doesn't display the external protocol warning window when I click on the I-Tunes links at Pandora.com. Thanks @lalalnx!!!
|Re: Disable external protocol warning||SisecoCRM||11/7/09 1:22 AM|
Nel caso di W Vista
la cartella è C:\Users\<USERNAME>\AppData\Local\Google\Chrome\User Data
|Re: Disable external protocol warning||michaelhball||12/11/09 9:50 AM|
I was finally able to get this working with a recent version of chrome on Vista 4.0 and I wanted to share to save others troubles I encountered getting this working:
1. Make sure your computer has SIP properly configured as an application protocol as per this page http://www.google.com/support/forum/p/Chrome/thread?tid=2b67d52a2d974418&hl=en#all . Note that I had the sip key and the right shell settings, but not the URL Protocol = "" setting and nothing worked. Once I added URL Protocol = "" everything worked.
2. Remove any settings for "sip" from the excluded handlers section of C:\Users\<username>\AppData\Local\Google\Chrome\User Data\Local State
3. Visit a page and attempt to launch a call using the sip hyperlink.. you will get a dialog that asked you what to do that also has a checkbox to remember your choice... select the checkbox to remember your choice.
** I looked at the Local State file after completing the steps above and getting it working, and chrome had added the same setting that I added manually without success, but now it was working for an unknown reasons.
|Re: Disable external protocol warning||SisecoCRM||2/5/10 7:26 AM|
Controllo protocollo SIPHONE di b.com CRM in Google ChromeWINDOWS XP nella cartella
C:\Documents and Settings\<USERNAME>\Impostazioni locali\Dati applicazioni\Google\Chrome\User Data\WINDOWS VISTA e 7 nella cartella
NOTA BENE: da GOOGLE CHROME 4.x c'è l'opzione "RICORDA AUTORIZZAZIONE" e non occorre più fare così !!!
:-) :-) :-) :-) :-) :-) :-) :-) :-) :-) :-) :-) :-)
|Re: Disable external protocol warning||dave_mwi||12/21/10 12:31 PM|
What about a potential solution for Linux?