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Install/upgrade Firefox with group policy.

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I am trying to use Group Policy to install/upgrade Firefox on the client PCs.

I have set the policy as Assigned and at the Computer level. When there is an upgrade I add another deployment for that version and then set it as an upgrade to the most recent prior deployment and as can install over the top.

The problem is that the users are reporting that they lose their bookmarks and saved passwords. Every time, except one user, I have been able to use the profile manager to restore their bookmarks. This has happened with 69.0.1, 70.0, 70.0.1 and now 72.0.2.

1) How do I prevent the profile mess when an upgrade applies? 2) Does GPO "rollback" an upgrade to a later version (than the GPO) that is installed automatically by the client or just leave it alone?

I am trying to use Group Policy to install/upgrade Firefox on the client PCs. I have set the policy as Assigned and at the Computer level. When there is an upgrade I add another deployment for that version and then set it as an upgrade to the most recent prior deployment and as can install over the top. The problem is that the users are reporting that they lose their bookmarks and saved passwords. Every time, except one user, I have been able to use the profile manager to restore their bookmarks. This has happened with 69.0.1, 70.0, 70.0.1 and now 72.0.2. 1) How do I prevent the profile mess when an upgrade applies? 2) Does GPO "rollback" an upgrade to a later version (than the GPO) that is installed automatically by the client or just leave it alone?
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  • User Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 10.0; Win64; x64; rv:72.0) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/72.0

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