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How does Firefox import certificates from Windows root into Firefox certificate manager.

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We have problem accessing internal application on Firefox because of Certificate error. Firefox not able to import Windows Internal root and intermediate certs and this is causing our applications failed to launch. We don't have this problem on IE & Chrome

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You can set this pref to true on the about:config page to import the root certificate from the Windows certificate store.

  • security.enterprise_roots.enabled = true
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Thanks for the answer. Can you please clarify the following:

1. What version of Mozilla Firefox qualify to enable the setting ? 2. Does Mozilla Firefox Physically import all Windows root certificates and other intermediate certficates into Mozilla Certificate Manager ?

 If No, how can we confirm that Mozilla Firefox is importing all Windows root certificates
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Thanks for the answer. Can you please clarify the following: 1. What version of Mozilla Firefox qualify to enable the setting ? 2. Does Mozilla Firefox Physically import all Windows root certificates and other intermediate certficates into Mozilla Certificate Manager ?

If No, how can we confirm that Mozilla Firefox is importing all certificates from Windows root store
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It was added in Firefox 52, see:

  • bug 1298883 - unhide security.enterprise_roots.enabled preference