Allow Microsoft Edge to issue a dataless connection to a web service to probe networks for connectivity in cases like hotel and airport Wi-Fi.
If you enable this policy, a web service is used for network connectivity tests.
If you disable this policy, Microsoft Edge uses native APIs to try to resolve network connectivity and navigation issues.
**Note**: Except on Windows 8 and later versions of Windows, Microsoft Edge *always* uses native APIs to resolve connectivity issues.
If you don't configure this policy, Microsoft Edge respects the user preference that's set under Services at edge://settings/privacy.
Specifically, there's a **Use a web service to help resolve navigation errors** toggle, which the user can switch on or off. Be aware that if you have enabled this policy (ResolveNavigationErrorsUseWebService), the **Use a web service to help resolve navigation errors** setting is turned on, but the user can't change the setting by using the toggle. If you have disabled this policy, the **Use a web service to help resolve navigation errors** setting is turned off, and the user can't change the setting by using the toggle.
|Registry Hive||HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE or HKEY_CURRENT_USER|