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How to provide chromium flags to change WebView2 mDNS behavior by using CreateWebView2EnvironmentWithDetails API? RRS feed

  • Question

  • I'm developing WebRTC application on Microsoft Edge Chromium. I want to change the value of enable-webrtc-hide-local-ips-with-mdns of edge: / /flags page from 'Default' to 'Disabled'.

    According to the MSDN webview2 doc, the API CreateWebView2EnvironmentWithDetails has an argument additionalBrowserArguments which can change chromium flags. I've tried the following values which don't work at all.
    WCHAR args_1[] = TEXT("--enable-webrtc-hide-local-ips-with-mdns=0");
    WCHAR args_2[] = TEXT("--disable-webrtc-hide-local-ips-with-mdns");
    WCHAR args_3[] = TEXT("--edge-webview-switches=\"--enable-webrtc-hide-local-ips-with-mdns=0\"");
    WCHAR args_4[] = TEXT("--edge-webview-switches=--enable-webrtc-hide-local-ips-with-mdns=0");
    WCHAR args_5[] = TEXT("--edge-webview-switches=--disable-webrtc-hide-local-ips-with-mdns");

    CreateWebView2EnvironmentWithDetails(nullptr, nullptr, args_n, callback_handler);

    I'm using Microsoft Edge with version 80.0.315.0 (Official build) canary (64-bit).

    Thanks in advance

    Ken

    Tuesday, October 29, 2019 9:05 AM

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  • Hi,

    We noticed that you have the same problem with StackOverflow, my colleague has already replied to you, you can continue to track this issue there, thank you.

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    Tuesday, October 29, 2019 11:07 AM
  • Thanks to you all. Your answer solves my problem. I appreciate that.
    Friday, November 29, 2019 7:27 AM