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I've seen some registry tweaks to disable Incognito Mode in Chrome on Windows but can't find a way to do that on a Mac. Is that possible?
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Thanks but those are Windows only
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Awesome. I was able to make it work by editing the plist file in ~/Library/Preferences/com.google.Chrome.plist and adding the key to that file. I should have mentioned I'm still running OS 10.6.8 and I didn't have the proper folders as the linked post showed, but this still worked. Many thanks
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bhilgenkamp--You are welcome.  Glad to have been of help.
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