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Crozz CrossnoCrozz Crossno 

How do you restore a browser plugin app after selecting "Never for this App"?

We have a number of users who declined to use the on the fly application and now want to be able to however the prompt behaves as expected and never shows up again. How does one reset or renable the prompt for these sites?

The feature is described in this article (https://support.okta.com/help/articles/Knowledge_Article/Adding-an-App-from-the-Browser-Plugin?retURL=%2Fhelp%2Fapex%2FKnowledgeArticleJson%3Fc%3DOkta_Documentation%253AApps_and_SSO%26p%3D101%26inline%3D1&popup=true)

 
Andy PoirierAndy Poirier
They can click add application and add the app themselves, unless it isn't support already by Okta
Crozz CrossnoCrozz Crossno
Let me make sure I understand before I go back to our users. If a user selects the “Not for this app” on a site where they were once prompted and changes their mind there is no clearing of cache or reset option that they or admins can do for them? The difficult part is that we don’t give them the option to add applications unless it is in the catalog and these are sites coming up on the fly and not in the catalog.
Frank SiebenlistFrank Siebenlist
Any follow-up on this Q?

There seem to be no configuration options in Chrome's "Extensions" entry for the Okta Secure Web Authentication Plug-in... (?).
Crozz CrossnoCrozz Crossno
If users have selected ‘not’ to remember a certain website for an Okta ‘On the fly’ app and then decide they want to Okta to remember the site, the Okta browser plugin must be reset per this link…
 
https://support.okta.com/help/blogdetail?id=a67F0000000blNpIAI
 
We didnt find this until about a month ago. We have only had minimal testing with it.