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How to Disable Saved Address and Credit Cards

During a client Audit earlier this week we were dinged on not having the option in Firefox ESR to block manually saving Addresses and Credit Cards. We have the autofill … (read more)

During a client Audit earlier this week we were dinged on not having the option in Firefox ESR to block manually saving Addresses and Credit Cards. We have the autofill disabled however users can still manually add credit cards and addresses and this poses an issue with our call center agents handling Credit Card info. I'd like to be able to gray out the Saved Addresses and Saved Credit Card boxes so as to prevent agents from manually entering card data into it using a GPO or Registry setting that we can push and apply to all our domain PCs. Ideally, if we could add an entry to the JSON preferences in the Mozilla GPO that would gray those options out that'd be best but any option that removes the users ability to add CC info would be acceptable.

Asked by rhall4 3 weeks ago

Last reply by Mike Kaply 6 days ago

Bypass UAC prompts through GPO settings

We are currently attempting to automate our Firefox update processes. Currently we use robocopy to push out new versions on release, but ideally we'd like to use the back… (read more)

We are currently attempting to automate our Firefox update processes. Currently we use robocopy to push out new versions on release, but ideally we'd like to use the background updater instead. We are currently on 64-bit 119.0.1, on Windows 10 Pro 22H2. We'd prefer not to switch over to ESR if at all possible. I've already reactivated the AppAutoUpdate and BackgroundAppUpdate policies, and DisableAppUpdate is disabled, but I'm still being hit with a UAC Admin prompt when I try to launch Firefox. I tried to bypass it through the registry at [HKEY_CURRENT_USER\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\AppCompatFlags\Layers], with "C:\Program Files\Mozilla Firefox\firefox.exe" = "RUNASINVOKER", but that also doesn't seem to have done anything. Any and all assistance would be appreciated

Asked by ddrake1 3 months ago

Last reply by Mike Kaply 2 months ago

Official Documentation required: Export Control Classification Number (ECCN)

My company needs to follow regulation on Export rules. I need to provide our ITAR regulation team "Vendor documentation" regarding the Export Control Classification Numb… (read more)

My company needs to follow regulation on Export rules. I need to provide our ITAR regulation team "Vendor documentation" regarding the Export Control Classification Number (ECCN) for Mozilla Firefox ESR. They will not accept a blog or article. Any one from Mozilla able to provide this in an official capacity?

Asked by Michael.Klein2 4 months ago

Last reply by Mike Kaply 4 months ago

Firefox conflict with Windows HTTPS (DoH) -> Requipred DoH

When setting Windows to "Require DoH", firefox will not resolve DNS addresses, regardless of which "Enable secure DNS" setting is picked in FireFox security settings tab.… (read more)

When setting Windows to "Require DoH", firefox will not resolve DNS addresses, regardless of which "Enable secure DNS" setting is picked in FireFox security settings tab.

I expected at least "Off -- Use your default DNS resolver" to work.

If Windows is configured to just "Allow DoH", Firefox has no issues resolving DNS addresses, for any of the Firefox policy settings.

For reference, you can find the DoH policy setting in windows group policy editor, here:

gpedit.msc

Computer Configuration -> Administrative Templates -> Network -> DNS Client -> Configure DNS over HTTPS

(Have to enable it, then select Configure DoH options: Require DoH.)

you may need to issue a gpupdate /force for the setting to be picked up quickly.

Asked by s189 5 months ago

Last reply by Valentin 5 months ago