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Disabling the ability to delete browsing history

We currently are running Windows 10 in our environment and every computer has Internet Explorer, Microsoft Edge, Firefox and chrome browsers installed and able to be used by the users.  We leave it as a user preference, especially since our users browse to many different types of websites and sometimes one browser is better suited than another.
My problem arises with keeping the history of the users browsing.
We would like to be able to review a users browsing history whenever we choose.
With internet explorer I have a policy to keep history for 90- days and not allow users to delete history.
How do I accomplish this same task for the other three browsers (Edge, firefox and Chrome )?
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William MillerInventory/IT ConsultantCommented:
Chrome for Business - https://enterprise.google.com/intl/en_uk/chrome/chrome-browser/

-- This has a policy you can set to disable history access.
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William MillerInventory/IT ConsultantCommented:
Upon looking further, there may be GPO in place for Edge but I'm unable to find anything related to it and I'm not on a Windows 10 machine to actively search myself. As to Firefox, the clearest answer I've gotten so far is that it's not possible without third party plugins.
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EkuskowskiAuthor Commented:
Have you deployed the Chrome for business?  Will I need to push out a new/different version of chrome? That will definitely be a headache.
I'm going to to build a new windows 10 image with Windows 10 Creators (Fall update ) maybe I put the Chrome for business on the new image.  
Can the the ADMX templates control the regular chrome download?   I assume not.

I thought Edge would have a bunch of GPO but I'm not finding them.  Maybe I need to look for some updated Windows 10 Templates

I think I read the same thing about Firefox, but was hoping for a better solution. I don't like installing 3rd part plugins if not necessary.  Maybe we start discouraging firefox from our users.  I think majority are using chrome anyway.
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