I'm able to reproduce the issue by disabling the policy "Configure Internet Explorer integration". Have you correctly set this policy to "Internet Explorer mode"? For more information, you can read this doc.
Enterprise Site List for IE mode
We recently implemented a site list on a workstation where the user has some websites that are still not compatible with newer browsers, and only work with internet explorer. We were able to get the sites to work in IE mode and use a site list, however, the strangest thing happened. When we exited out of Edge, and then went back in, it was as if the site list had vanished. The site list XML file is not changed, and still exists in the same path, which is a folder on the local C drive. When we went back to edge://compat and clicked Force Update, the list reappeared and everything began to work fine again. The issue is if we completely exit from Edge, we have to go back to edge://compat and click Force Update again every time. It isn't keeping the setting when we exit Edge. Does anyone know what to do to fix this? Major appreciation in advance!
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Hi @Sam L Sanders
Is there any update about the issue? You can come back any time when you have any update.
I haven't had the chance to try this yet, but I will let you know as soon as I do. I really appreciate your help!
Good day to you. I wanted to let you know, I finally got the issue resolved and you were correct! Thanks so much for your help. The biggest hurdle I had was adding the policy template for Edge. I didn't know that I needed to use the ADM template and not the ADML file. I was trying to use the ADML template, and the system would not allow it, I still do not know why, but once I used the ADM template instead of the ADML, it allowed me to import it into the local policy editor and then I was able to find and configure the "Configure Internet Explorer Integration" policy. Thanks again!
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