Allowing unsigned panels/extensions globally possible?

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Is it possible to globally allow unsigned extensions/panels for all users on a windows machine? There are online references for performing this per user, but we have too many users on a windows domain to have to perform it individually, and signing is not necessary in our closed environment. is there a registry setting that will allow such globall for all users on a machine, for all versions of Premiere, avoiding having to update it with each revision to Adobe products?

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Adobe Employee , May 28, 2021 May 28, 2021
The only mechanism for enabling the loading of unsigned panels is registry editing, which would need to be performed, per user. You say signing isn't necessary, but...might it not be convenient? In our experience, doing so allows for simpler distribution/installation, than fiddling with registry entries does.  Also, it's not necessary to update with each revision; it's necessary to update whenever the Adobe product in question changes CEP versions. PPro currently ships CEP10, PPro Beta is CE...

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The only mechanism for enabling the loading of unsigned panels is registry editing, which would need to be performed, per user.

 

You say signing isn't necessary, but...might it not be convenient? In our experience, doing so allows for simpler distribution/installation, than fiddling with registry entries does. 

 

Also, it's not necessary to update with each revision; it's necessary to update whenever the Adobe product in question changes CEP versions. PPro currently ships CEP10, PPro Beta is CEP11. 

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Thanks for the reply. Understood about signing.

Our plugins are internal use only, and signing, tracking CEP versions, Premiere updates has been very time-consuming. We've tended to just "drag and drop" a folder to add it to a machine for extensions (in the past) and were hoping to continue that procedure. We may need to look into signing now. 

 

 

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