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Setting up TelemetryTV's Progressive Web Application using Microsoft Edge on Windows 10
Setting up TelemetryTV's Progressive Web Application using Microsoft Edge on Windows 10

By using Windows 10 and Microsoft Edge in kiosk mode you can launch the TelemetryTV Player as a kiosk application on your Windows Device

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Written by Lisanne
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This article describes how to install TelemetryTV on Windows 10 using Microsoft Edge in Kiosk Mode.

Using Microsoft Edge kiosk mode allows you to launch the TelemetryTV Player as a Kiosk on your Windows Device by using the command line. By using your TelemetryTV provisioning URL you can also configure automatic provisioning for the device.

To launch Edge with the PWA you'll need a command line like the following (replace the below example URL with the provisioning URL you obtain from the TelemetryTV management interface).

Configuring your Window Device for Kiosk Mode

It's quite easy to setup Windows to automatically boot in to a kiosk mode with Microsoft Edge and running the TelemetryTV Progressive Web Application. The following steps lead you through how to do this.

Note: You will need to ensure that your Windows 10 Device is running version 1909 or greater

  1. If you do not have Microsoft edge, download the app at the following link: Microsoft Edge Stable channel. Please not that only versions 89 or higher are compatible with Kiosk Mode.

  2. On your kiosk computer open Windows Settings and search for "kiosk". This should allow you to ”Set up a kiosk (assigned access)” as follows

Set up kiosk with assigned access

3. On the “Set up a kiosk page” select Get started.

Kiosk page -get started

4. Next, you can create a new designated kiosk account or choose an existing account.

Kiosk mode - create account

5. Select Microsoft Edge as your Kiosk App on the next page

Kiosk mode display - full screen digital sign

6. Select "As a digital sign or interactive display"

How will the kiosk be used - full screen digital sign

7. Select Next.

8. Copy and Paste your TelemetryTV provisioning URL which can can obtain from in your TelemetryTV App.

9. Set Idle Time as “Never”

10. Click Next.

11. Close the Settings window.

12. Sign out from the kiosk device and sign in with the local kiosk account to launch your TelemetryTV Kiosk.

Adding a Unique Asset ID to Your Provisioning URL

TelemetryTV's URL provisioning now supports the ability for users to specify a unique asset ID for their devices. This feature ensures that your devices will automatically reconnect to your TelemetryTV account after updates to Edge or Windows 10.

Why Use a Unique Asset ID?

Previously, users may have encountered issues where their devices did not automatically reconnect to their TelemetryTV account after updates to Edge or Windows 10, or if their device was restarted. By assigning a unique asset ID to your devices, you can ensure that they automatically reconnect without issue, enhancing the reliability and continuity of your digital signage operations.

How to Add a Unique Asset ID

Here's how you can add a unique asset ID to your provisioning URL:

1. Start by creating a new provisioning token and copy the provisioning URL within the settings tab of your TelemetryTV account.

2. After you've created your new provisioning URL, add an unique asset ID for each of your devices at the end of the URL. This will allow the system to identify the browser player as an existing display via the asset ID.

The format of the asset ID is a 9 digit number (e.g., 000000001, 000000002...). Here is an example of how to add the asset ID to the provisioning URL:


Paste the URL with the asset ID into the web-based player. For kiosk setups, use a kiosk setup and then use a kiosk start URL configuration.

Please note: the asset ID needs to be unique to each device to allow TelemetryTV's system to identify each browser player as an existing display. This helps ensure that all your devices stay connected to your TelemetryTV account, regardless of updates or restarts.

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