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How to disable user prompt dialog: The proxy moz-proxy://xxxxxxx:8080 is requesting a username and password

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I'm using firefox in linux for selenium test automation. Some of my automation tests need a sysproxy (provided by my company) to access internet. These prefs are set in my test

"network.proxy.type": 1, "network.proxy.http": "company.proxy.com", "network.proxy.http_port": 8080

When firefox launches up, a prompt dialog is always shown asking for credentials for the proxy. I've added company .pem in path ~/.mozilla/certificates and these .pem are loaded correctly in firefox.

Is there a way to disable the user prompt dialog?

I'm using firefox in linux for selenium test automation. Some of my automation tests need a sysproxy (provided by my company) to access internet. These prefs are set in my test "network.proxy.type": 1, "network.proxy.http": "company.proxy.com", "network.proxy.http_port": 8080 When firefox launches up, a prompt dialog is always shown asking for credentials for the proxy. I've added company .pem in path ~/.mozilla/certificates and these .pem are loaded correctly in firefox. Is there a way to disable the user prompt dialog?
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Does setting signon.autologin.proxy = true work ?

See also Proxy:

Does setting signon.autologin.proxy = true work ? See also Proxy: *https://github.com/mozilla/policy-templates/blob/master/README.md
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No, signon.autologin.proxy = true doesn't work. All .pems that our company proxy requires are installed via policies.json. I can see them in certificate manager.

No, signon.autologin.proxy = true doesn't work. All .pems that our company proxy requires are installed via policies.json. I can see them in certificate manager.
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