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How do I set up Mozilla to accept connections on port "The World Wide Web service (HTTP)"?

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When attempting to embed a video in PowerPoint 2013, the message "Sorry we are having some temporary service issues" appears.

In researching the problem at Microsoft. com, the following message was received: Mozilla is not set up to accept connections on port "The World Wide Web service (HTTP)."

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Hmm... PowerPoint should use Windows to connect to the internet and not Firefox.

Which method are you using?

(1) Insert > Video > Online Video

Apparently there was an update this month that enables this, as described in this support post (see top Answer just after the question): Embedding online you tube video in powerpoint 2013 - Microsoft Community

Here's how it should work after the update: Insert or link to a video on YouTube - PowerPoint

(2) Developer > More Controls > Shockwave Flash Object

As documented on other sites, such as: https://www2.palomar.edu/pages/atrc/2013/09/17/how-to-embed-youtube-video-in-powerpoint-2013/

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That's confusing. Does it mean your Firefox browser or the Mozilla website? Neither really makes sense.

Where is the video you are attempting to embed? I recommend using a file you have already downloaded and converted to one of the formats PowerPoint can handle natively, such as Windows Media or MP4. Is that an option?

Note: I haven't used the online version of PowerPoint, just the desktop versions.

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The reply from Microsoft specifically stated "Mozilla." I went to Firefox and the box for "Auto-detect proxy settings . . ." is checked.

The video is on Youtube and it will be used for training.

The version of PowerPoint 2013 that I am using is the desktop version, not an online version.

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Ausgewählte Lösung

Hmm... PowerPoint should use Windows to connect to the internet and not Firefox.

Which method are you using?

(1) Insert > Video > Online Video

Apparently there was an update this month that enables this, as described in this support post (see top Answer just after the question): Embedding online you tube video in powerpoint 2013 - Microsoft Community

Here's how it should work after the update: Insert or link to a video on YouTube - PowerPoint

(2) Developer > More Controls > Shockwave Flash Object

As documented on other sites, such as: https://www2.palomar.edu/pages/atrc/2013/09/17/how-to-embed-youtube-video-in-powerpoint-2013/