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How I can configure trusted URL sites by Group Policy?

I download Firefox 60. Download ADMX, but I can't found options similar trusted.uris how from about:config. I found only: Authentication_SPNEGO, Authentication_Delegated,… (pročitajte više)

I download Firefox 60. Download ADMX, but I can't found options similar trusted.uris how from about:config. I found only: Authentication_SPNEGO, Authentication_Delegated, Authentication_NTLM.

If I insert links of my sites LDAP authorization in these settings, then the browser, when I try to open them, will still request a login with a password If I manual add ulr to about:config -> trusted:uris - Then everything is successfully authorized

Asked by strelkovandrey prije 3 godina

Answered by Mike Kaply prije 3 godina

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When I try to download Firefox ESR 52 version I still get the download of version 60.

Dear Madam, Sir could it be possible to download the latest version of Firefox ESR 52 again? We still have software that's not compatible with Firefox ESR 60. I added a s… (pročitajte više)

Dear Madam, Sir

could it be possible to download the latest version of Firefox ESR 52 again? We still have software that's not compatible with Firefox ESR 60.

I added a screenshot to show even if I select firefox 52 the download is still version 60.

Thanks in advance.

Kind regards,

Hans

Asked by HansHoskens prije 3 godina

Answered by cor-el prije 3 godina

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allowing only specific extensions

Due to our company security rules we tend to disallow all extensions/plugings. But it should be possible for users to install by there own some specific -from our Securit… (pročitajte više)

Due to our company security rules we tend to disallow all extensions/plugings. But it should be possible for users to install by there own some specific -from our Security departement approved- extensions.

With other words: Blacklist=* Whitelist=xxxx, yyyy, zzzz, and so on

We install FF "naked" and configure it via GPO. The above mentioned requirement should also be handled via GPO

Many thanks Karl

Asked by Karl Exler prije 2 godina

Answered by Mike Kaply prije 2 godina

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Using mozilla.cfg and group policies

In the past we've modified mozilla.cfg to make modifications to Firefox for our organization. Mozilla.cfg is still deployed. I attempted to use Group Policy in an attem… (pročitajte više)

In the past we've modified mozilla.cfg to make modifications to Firefox for our organization. Mozilla.cfg is still deployed. I attempted to use Group Policy in an attempt to test how well it worked however it does not appear to work at all. Can you use Group Policies to configure Firefox if Mozilla.cfg is also deployed?

Asked by Daniel Kaliel prije 2 godina

Answered by Wesley Branton prije 2 godina

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Mozilla Firefox Block/Allow Extentions via AD GPO

Hello All, I'm trying to block all Mozilla extensions and allow only a few that's approved by IT. Our environment is pretty big over 2k devices and we are using well org… (pročitajte više)

Hello All, I'm trying to block all Mozilla extensions and allow only a few that's approved by IT. Our environment is pretty big over 2k devices and we are using well organized AD structure by departments and did similar project with Chrome with no issues. But Mozilla template doesn't have same options as Chrome. Any idea how I can accomplish this ? Thank you.

Asked by ikorinnyi prije 1 godina

Answered by ikorinnyi prije 1 godina