Is Firefox available in .msi form so that network admins can install the software through group policy?
As a network administrator, it would be very beneficial if Firefox and updates could be installed using AD Group Policy. Our network policy does not allow users to install software without administrative involvement and with Firefox being available only in .exe format I have to visit each workstation for every update...very tedious. Is your product available in .msi form?
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Mozilla do not make a msi installers, but you can get msi installers for Firefox from http://www.frontmotion.com/Firefox
You can use the Open Source MSI Package Repository by MIT.
Frontmotion tinker with the default to much.
Modified by rhaarhoff
That is a very old page, from Sept 2007, which offers Firefox 1.0.6 and other old versions of various software.