Written by Eric Wyatt (last updated February 8, 2021)
Chris reached out asking for help with a particular problem that he was researching. The problem is that he wants to disable the Microsoft Edge Chromium browser from being able to print. His computer is a communal one with one account accessed by multiple employees all during work hours. For his situation group policies won't work as the employees need ready access to the system and switching accounts will slow the employees down too much. The solution for this predicament is best suited to using Registry Editor.
Figure 1. PrintingEnabled with new value data entered.
With this Registry Editor modification, Chris can now disable printing and reenable it whenever he wants for his employees.
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