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Is it possible to have multiple policies.json files?

Hi, I have a policies.json file that acts as a white list for me (black listed all urls and then white listed needed urls). I was wondering is it possible to create a s… (read more)

Hi,

I have a policies.json file that acts as a white list for me (black listed all urls and then white listed needed urls). I was wondering is it possible to create a second .json file that will act as a black list. I want to give access to a partial admin. user to the policy.json file to be able to edit the file and add websites if needed but I want a another black list running as well to block out specific websites (this one the partial admin. will not have access to).

So to start off the first question would be is firefox only limited to one .json file for policies or can you have multiple .json files (I want to call the second file blacklist.json)? Btw I use Debian and Firefox-esr.

Thanks.

Asked by MozillaFirefoxMan 1 year ago

Answered by MozillaFirefoxMan 1 year ago

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citibank site not working properly

Citibank site does not allow my accounts to be shown(uploaded with my access field of ID and Password.... and always impossible to log in because it does not recognize my… (read more)

Citibank site does not allow my accounts to be shown(uploaded with my access field of ID and Password.... and always impossible to log in because it does not recognize my correct information as correct and sees it as false information...therefore does not recognize my ID and password and I am blocked out..

Also old information may not be deleted properly and causes confusion so site needs to be cleared of old useless information.

Asked by stathas3434 1 year ago

Last reply by cor-el 1 year ago

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Firefox ESR

My old iMac's Firefox browser was automatically changed to ESR (by Firefox) since the computer could no longer update the operating system through Apple (obsolete). When … (read more)

My old iMac's Firefox browser was automatically changed to ESR (by Firefox) since the computer could no longer update the operating system through Apple (obsolete). When I purchased a new iMac and migrated my data to the new computer, Firefox ESR is still the browser, and says it is up to date. I am assuming I should get the most current regular Firefox version, but don't know if there is an easy way to change the version and preserve all my saved passwords, logins, bookmarks, etc. Looking for guidance. Thanks

Asked by kkcicco 1 year ago

Last reply by cor-el 1 year ago

Firefox won't reconnect to the Internet if it is started without a connection

If Firefox is started without an Internet connection on Linux (can happen on start up when the wifi isn't connected yet), the browser continues to refuse to connect to al… (read more)

If Firefox is started without an Internet connection on Linux (can happen on start up when the wifi isn't connected yet), the browser continues to refuse to connect to all webpages (unable to connect). It needs to be killed and restarted to work. Offline mode is not ticked. If offline mode is manually ticked and unticked it makes no difference. Ticking offline mode and retrying doesn't work and offline mode is automatically unticked. In the current version of OpenSuSE this is happening on every restart (possibly wifi is getting started a bit later), and it is also reproducible if manually started while disconnected from the wifi.

Asked by dav75uk 2 months ago

Last reply by zeroknight 2 months ago