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GPO Integrated_authentication not applying to prefs.js

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I've configured the GPO to enable NTLM authentication for a specific site: Computer Configuration --> Policies --> Administrative Templates --> Mozilla --> Firefox --> Authentication --> NTLM

I apply this GPO to the local Win 10 Pro machine with Firefox 60 installed - GPUPDATE /FORCE

when I check HKLM --> SOFTWARE --> POLICIES --> MOZILLA --> FIREFOX --> AUTHENTICATION --> NTLM I see the site I added via GPO

however when I check the prefs.js file I cannot see user_pref("network.automatic-ntlm-auth.trusted-uris")

I've configured the GPO to enable NTLM authentication for a specific site: Computer Configuration --> Policies --> Administrative Templates --> Mozilla --> Firefox --> Authentication --> NTLM I apply this GPO to the local Win 10 Pro machine with Firefox 60 installed - GPUPDATE /FORCE when I check HKLM --> SOFTWARE --> POLICIES --> MOZILLA --> FIREFOX --> AUTHENTICATION --> NTLM I see the site I added via GPO however when I check the prefs.js file I cannot see user_pref("network.automatic-ntlm-auth.trusted-uris")

Izabrano rješenje

Those changes would not show up in the users prefs.js file - they are configured internally by the policy code.

You can go to about:config to verify that they are set.

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  • Korisnički agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 10.0; WOW64; rv:60.0) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/60.0

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Mike Kaply
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Those changes would not show up in the users prefs.js file - they are configured internally by the policy code.

You can go to about:config to verify that they are set.

Those changes would not show up in the users prefs.js file - they are configured internally by the policy code. You can go to about:config to verify that they are set.

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thank you, however when I try and add the GPO to

User Configuration --> Policies --> Administrative Templates --> Mozilla --> Firefox --> Authentication --> NTLM

it does not appear in the about:config

thank you, however when I try and add the GPO to '''User''' Configuration --> Policies --> Administrative Templates --> Mozilla --> Firefox --> Authentication --> NTLM it does not appear in the about:config
Mike Kaply
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40 rješenja 210 odgovora
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I just tested and it is working for me on Firefox 60 32 bit and 64 bit.

When I search about:config, I see

network.automatic-ntlm-auth.trusted-uris and it is set and locked.

What version of Firefox are you using?

I just tested and it is working for me on Firefox 60 32 bit and 64 bit. When I search about:config, I see network.automatic-ntlm-auth.trusted-uris and it is set and locked. What version of Firefox are you using?

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I'm using 64 bit Firefox 60. it seems to work very well when using Computer Configuration, but just not for User Configuration.

I can see the Registry entry under HKCU but it just seems to not appear in about:config

I'm using 64 bit Firefox 60. it seems to work very well when using Computer Configuration, but just not for User Configuration. I can see the Registry entry under HKCU but it just seems to not appear in about:config

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Many thanks mkaply. Your initial response resolved my question.

My second problem was a result of not removing the Computer Configuration GPO and applying the same User configuration GPO - of course the Computer configuration GPO will take precedence over User Config GPO.

Many thanks mkaply. Your initial response resolved my question. My second problem was a result of not removing the Computer Configuration GPO and applying the same User configuration GPO - of course the Computer configuration GPO will take precedence over User Config GPO.
Mike Kaply
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40 rješenja 210 odgovora
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> My second problem was a result of not removing the Computer Configuration GPO and applying the same User configuration GPO - of course the Computer configuration GPO will take precedence over User Config GPO.

It's good to know that is working properly :)

> My second problem was a result of not removing the Computer Configuration GPO and applying the same User configuration GPO - of course the Computer configuration GPO will take precedence over User Config GPO. It's good to know that is working properly :)