in light of Mozilla refusing to support free speech I would like to delete it off my company network
How can I be assured that it has been actually deleted off all workstations, with no files left? We have too many to individually check and we need to unsure Firefox is totally removed from use.
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- User Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Macintosh; Intel Mac OS X 10_7_5) AppleWebKit/537.36 (KHTML, like Gecko) Chrome/33.0.1750.152 Safari/537.36
hello, i presume you're referring to the resignation of brendan eich. he made the personal decision to step down from his role among all this ongoing frenzy and mischaracterization of him as a person and the mozilla community, in order to avert any further damage to mozilla and its mission to advance the open web - so his intentions were just the opposite of what you are trying to achieve with a call for boycott.
you can find some more details on the situation at:
What boycott? I asked a direct question but received a canned political answer. Now I see the problem there.
I merely asked for technical advice to insure all the files are removed from my company network. Is there a link for network administrators re removal instructions? If so, can you send it?
the way to uninstall firefox depends on how your IT department has originally deployed the browser. there won't be a universal answer or guide to that question.
This is a support site for endusers of Firefox answered mainly by fellow users. We are not experts on software deployment and Network administration.
Do you not have an IT department to manage your workstations.