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How to choose between rapid release and extended support release (ESR).
How to use AutoConfig files to set and lock preferences that are not covered by Firefox policies.
Cross-platform policy support can be implemented using a JSON file called policies.json.
How to run customizations on Mac.
Disable automatic updates through the DisableAppUpdate policy, and get Firefox beta builds to test features in your environment before deployment.
Firefox 78 is the last supported version for Mac OS X 10.9, 10.10 and 10.11. Users will be moved to Firefox Extended Support Release (ESR).
How to see what policies you have active on a desktop computer.
Control whether users can install or use add-ons in your organization using about:config preferences.
How to deploy Firefox for Enterprise on Windows devices.
See what's coming out with Firefox for Enterprise 79.
This article describes in detail how profile selection used to work, how it now works in Firefox 67 and how we migrate users from earlier versions.
Add-ons and older versions of Firefox ESR may enable your users to run legacy add-ons and view websites that require Internet Explorer.
Starting with Firefox 64 and Firefox ESR 60.4, Firefox supports configuration files on macOS.
This article will help you figure out problems with policies now applying.
Sometimes you might need to include changes you've made to Firefox in a new installer. This document shows how to do that.
Firefox desktop should be installed on systems meeting minimum requirements for best performance.
Where to find policies for Windows, Mac and Linux.
How to disable features for minimize information sent to Mozilla.
The FlashPlugin policy sets the default behavior for Flash as well as its behavior on specific websites.
How to manage policies on Linux desktops.