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HTTPS only mode pre-configuration via cfg/js
Is there any official or unofficial article/website explaining all the about:config settings? Currently i am trying to pre-edit all my custom firefox settings with the autoconfig.cfg I noticed that dns over https can be pre-edited with the cfg, so im pretty sure the setting: enable https only mode for all windows, which by default is disabled for whatever questionable reason, can be pre-activated via cfg.
How could i do that?
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I believe you know the spiel about about:config, so I won't include it here.
The about:config setting should be dom.security.https_only_mode (and maybe dom.security.https_only_mode_ever_enabled?) to be set to true.
For more information on setting autoconfig, look at Customizing Firefox Using AutoConfig
That is about these two https_only_mode prefs:
Note that you can also set dom. prefs via policies.json.
Thank you both very much, i appreciate your help alot!
Now i included those settings into firefox.cfg any it seems to be working correctly. lockPref("dom.security.https_only_mode", true); lockPref("dom.security.https_only_mode_ever_enabled", true);
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