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Firefox Browser update automatically as non administrator user and no user intervention

Hello. I work as Help desk support at a company (500+ AD users) and we all use Mozilla Browser (89.0.2 right now). in the past we used Windows XP and Mozilla latest ESR v… (lire la suite)

Hello. I work as Help desk support at a company (500+ AD users) and we all use Mozilla Browser (89.0.2 right now). in the past we used Windows XP and Mozilla latest ESR version, but we migrated recently to Windows 10 so we have to use the latest version of Firefox Browser. The problem that im facing now is that the maintenance service and Firefox update needs administrator privileges to update...and i just cant connect to all users and input the administrator password ... Is there a way to update automatically the Firefox Browser , without user intervention, something in regent or services or about:config ? (about config is already set to true for updates) All the users are in the domain and use AD files and folders on servers. i am aware of the risks of grading user the right to install...but we are well protected by the enterprise antivirus and multiple filters and firewalls...i just need a way to auto update the Firefox Browser to the latest version (90 i think)...and other versions to be released. Thank you.

Demandé par Alex PDX il y a 2 mois

Integrating a number of preferences for browsers when being upgraded

As I work towards rolling out FF91esr to 250 PCs, and having the UI almost usable, I need to be able to integrate a number of preferences to each browser. Does the group … (lire la suite)

As I work towards rolling out FF91esr to 250 PCs, and having the UI almost usable, I need to be able to integrate a number of preferences to each browser.

Does the group policy cover EVERY preference available?

I read on gHacks that Mozilla ripped out yet another feature - the ability to use the user.js preferences file. I must admit, I haven't confirmed this yet as I've only just finished reading it. I believe the user.js could not lock settings anyway?

I do have about 80-100 settings that I want to integrate. I can't simply replace their prefs.js because they will have undoubtedly set some preferences for themselves, which we do not forbid (yet).

So, without wiping out any preferences users may have set for themselves, how can I integrate the settings I need, assuming the GPO doesn't cover every conceivable preference?

disclaimer: Yes, I realize it is possible that some of the settings I'm going to integrate *might* conflict with preferences they've set for themselves. That will be dealt with internally by policy communications.

Demandé par citizen1138x il y a 3 semaines