5 thoughts on “Launch a website using the default browser after a user logs on a Windows device

  1. Hi John,

    Thank you for this simple solution. Is it also possible to launch Edge with three tabs (three URLs) to open?

    Kind regards,

    1. Hi Jef,

      Thanks! And I think the solution to that question is simple too! Just create three PowerShell Scripts that individually create a different shortcut. All three of them will launch in different tabs using the default browser.

      I don’t think you’ll be able to define the order of the tabs that way though. A different approach would be to configure the startup tabs with policies and just put a shortcut for the browser in the startup folder!



  2. Hi,

    Thanks for the useful PS script, one query I have that I hope you can help with.

    Upon first use this causes the ‘How do you want to open this’ dialogue box to pop up (default app box).

    Edge is set to default so I’m unsure why it is asking, can you offer any thoughts\advise?

    Thanks, Matt

  3. Hi John,
    Is there any way to make it open the desired page just once after the first login? Thinking about a simple onboarding welcome screen

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