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Mozilla Firefox ESR - How to set bookmark location

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Hi,

We need a solution on how to define where bookmarks are saved on our computers either to the users homedrive (mapped network drive) or their OneDrive folder.

I have looked through the list of policies available but can't seem to find any policies that lets us define the default bookmarks location. Am I missing something or this is not an option at all? If not an option I have to ask why? We can't expect every user in our organization to create a firefox account to have their bookmarks available when they sign in to a meeting room computer, classroom computer or their personal computer is replaced.

Any help is highly appreciated

Hi, We need a solution on how to define where bookmarks are saved on our computers either to the users homedrive (mapped network drive) or their OneDrive folder. I have looked through the list of policies available but can't seem to find any policies that lets us define the default bookmarks location. Am I missing something or this is not an option at all? If not an option I have to ask why? We can't expect every user in our organization to create a firefox account to have their bookmarks available when they sign in to a meeting room computer, classroom computer or their personal computer is replaced. Any help is highly appreciated
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Dkiger 0 solutions 18 answers

You can write a script to back them up at each log off to a server and restore them at each log on. Just make a scheduled task to run at log off/on.

You can write a script to back them up at each log off to a server and restore them at each log on. Just make a scheduled task to run at log off/on.
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