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John CallahanJohn Callahan 

Will the Exempt URLs from login form inspection feature be expanded to browsers other than IE?

We were excited to see the announcement of a feature which would allow certain URLs to be exempted from login form inspection in the recent Preview and now Production release notes, only to drill down and discover it appears to only be implemented for the IE plugin.

Exempt specified URLs from login form inspection
You can now set the SkipUrls registry key to prevent the Okta Internet Explorer browser plugin from inspecting the pages of specified URLs for the presence of login and change password forms. This allows pages to load faster. For details, see Exempt specified URLs from login form inspection.

Is Okta planning on having this feature implemented for the other browser plugins - perhaps configured centrally within the org rather than per computer via registry?
Best Answer chosen by Dylann Fezeu (Customer First Programs)
Vlad HumaVlad Huma (Vendor Management)
Hi John,

Thanks for contacting us regarding this inquiry. From what I can see, if it hasn't been announced yet, it means that it's either in early development or not in the roadmap.

You can check withing the Okta Beta program for updates/inquiries regarding this feature.

#Link: https://support.okta.com/help/OktaBetaProgramHome

Best regards,

Vlad Huma