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Block firefox policy (GPO)

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It's seems strange, but i am looking for an option ( Not in Active Directory...) that i can use so the Firefox GPO will NOT be applied to a specilized firefox edition ( that is hardendend by local firefox config files) . This version is used by a group of people. Ben

It's seems strange, but i am looking for an option ( Not in Active Directory...) that i can use so the Firefox GPO will NOT be applied to a specilized firefox edition ( that is hardendend by local firefox config files) . This version is used by a group of people. Ben

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To the best of my knowledge, it's not possible to block GPO without some kind of AD settings. Naturally, it wouldn't be good if the user could get around GPO on Firefox.

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Wesley Branton
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To the best of my knowledge, it's not possible to block GPO without some kind of AD settings. Naturally, it wouldn't be good if the user could get around GPO on Firefox.

To the best of my knowledge, it's not possible to block GPO without some kind of AD settings. Naturally, it wouldn't be good if the user could get around GPO on Firefox.

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Thank you Wesley. We have to live with it. With kind regards, Ben

Thank you Wesley. We have to live with it. With kind regards, Ben