Opera Browser in a Virtual Environment Issues
A Former User last edited by
I created a layer of Opera browser using Unidesk. I configured Opera with the following: sidebar hidden, auto-update disable, and not to be the default browser. When the layer was built I applied it to virtual desktops. Uses complained the their default browser becomes Opera and not IE. I also noticed that the sidebar appeared. How did this happen? Is there a way to disable the sidebar? Is there a way to not to make Opera the default browser?
sgunhouse Moderator Volunteer last edited by
The sidebar can be hidden (by the user) by that button at the bottom of the sidebar, or in Settings. If any of the messenger/chat apps are configured, receiving content will trigger the sidebar to show so that the user knows there is content to see. I don't use them, and my sidebar stays hidden (though even when hidden it does show in the start page and other internal pages).
Not certain about the default browser. I have not seen that issue.