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2000 macs running firefox, need to add an exception to popup blocker or turn it off all together. this need to be done remotely. help.
i have 2000 macs in a k - 12 environment. i need to turn off firefox's popup blocker or just add an exception. this needs to be something that can be run remotely like a script or something that could be deployed with casper or ARD.
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Hello, First of all we need the name of your ad blocker...
? my problems are from firefox's built in popup blocker
Type about:preferences#content<enter> in the address bar.
Across from Pop-ups, press the Exceptions button, and enter the web addresses.
Type about:preferences#content<enter> in the address bar. Across from Pop-ups, press the Exceptions button, and enter the web addresses.
I don't known the answer but....i'm curious to see how the op can do that in 2000 mac computers !
I thought we were talking about Firefox. Why would the system matter?
i still need a way to do this programmatically, remotely, and system wide. what you suggested is a per user setting.
Ahh, I thought you meant a 2000 computer, I did not know you had a network. I've called the big guys to help you. Good luck.