Update Firefox in secure environment
I would like to get new security updates for Firefox, i dont have Internet connection so the updates must come in some other way.
is it possible to download updates somewhere and then place then on a share on a fileserver and then i can tell Firefox look for updates on this share instead of Internet.
I already use this technic for Windows Defender, i download the definition files and the enable a GPO that tell Defender that all updates are on a fileshare.
Can this be done in Firefox (or something similar?
Hope you understand what i am trying to achieve
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Using another computer, Download Firefox Full Version For All Languages And Systems onto a thumb drive. After, plug the thumb into your system. http://www.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/all/
I think you missunderstood me, i cant put the installer on a usb drive and then installing on 10 computers. I want this to be made automatically.
If these 10 computers had internet conenction, Firefox will be updated automatically, so therefor i was thinking that it was possible to have the updates files on a fileshare and tell Firefox to go and search on that fileshare instead of internet. Understand?
I called for more help.
Update server, very nice. This can be the resolver. :-)
Yes, you can setup you own update server and point Firefox to it using the AppUpdateURL policy:
The most important thing when doing this is that your update server should send empty <updates></updates> when there is no update versus invalid XML or an error.