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How to disable Setting button in Tools - Options - Advanced - Network from windows registry?

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Dear support, Now, my office use Firefox as default browser to access WebServer. And there are some policy that users must use ProxyServer. I do not want user change proxy setting in Firefox. How to disable Setting button in Tools - Options - Advanced - Network from windows registry? Thank you. Treky

Dear support, Now, my office use Firefox as default browser to access WebServer. And there are some policy that users must use ProxyServer. I do not want user change proxy setting in Firefox. How to disable Setting button in Tools - Options - Advanced - Network from windows registry? Thank you. Treky

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You can not use the Windows registry to disable items in Firefox. This link shows how to lock down Firefox proxy settings, change the values to suit your needs: http://www.stbernard.com/ip5kb/iPrism/WhatsNew/50SupportFiles/SupportFiles/IP0460.htm

One minor variation, in step 4 instead of adding that line to all-js, you can create a file called local-settings.js containing the line shown and save the file in the same folder as all.js

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You can not use the Windows registry to disable items in Firefox. This link shows how to lock down Firefox proxy settings, change the values to suit your needs: http://www.stbernard.com/ip5kb/iPrism/WhatsNew/50SupportFiles/SupportFiles/IP0460.htm

One minor variation, in step 4 instead of adding that line to all-js, you can create a file called local-settings.js containing the line shown and save the file in the same folder as all.js

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Thank you for anybody, esspecially TonyE. The solution is perfect.