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Hi,

I would like to install Firefox in our networked (windows 7 and windows xp) but I don't have a Firefox msi package. Can you help me where could I find one to download and push the installation for our netbooks at Zurich International School?

Eduardo Milhomem IT Technician Zurich International School 058 750 2230

Hi, I would like to install Firefox in our networked (windows 7 and windows xp) but I don't have a Firefox msi package. Can you help me where could I find one to download and push the installation for our netbooks at Zurich International School? Eduardo Milhomem IT Technician Zurich International School 058 750 2230

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Excellent article, but there's nothing about the Firefox 4+ versions, which is what the "Owner" mentioned in his posting - Firefox latest please.

Frontmotion has been doing Firefox MSI packages since 2004 and if there was a problem with those packages I'm sure Mozilla wouldn't allow them to use the official Firefox branding.

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  • User Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (compatible; MSIE 9.0; Windows NT 6.1; Trident/5.0; SLCC2; .NET CLR 2.0.50727; .NET CLR 3.5.30729; .NET CLR 3.0.30729; Media Center PC 6.0; InfoPath.3; .NET4.0C; Tablet PC 2.0; .NET4.0E)

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the-edmeister
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If you deploy software to many PCs of other people, you shouldn't trust anybody except the software developer and yourself.

As long as Mozilla doesn't offer MSI files, I highly recommend that you create them yourself.

Here's a description: http://www.klaus-hartnegg.de/gpo/msi_firefox.html

If you deploy software to many PCs of other people, you shouldn't trust anybody except the software developer and yourself. As long as Mozilla doesn't offer MSI files, I highly recommend that you create them yourself. Here's a description: http://www.klaus-hartnegg.de/gpo/msi_firefox.html
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Excellent article, but there's nothing about the Firefox 4+ versions, which is what the "Owner" mentioned in his posting - Firefox latest please.

Frontmotion has been doing Firefox MSI packages since 2004 and if there was a problem with those packages I'm sure Mozilla wouldn't allow them to use the official Firefox branding.

Excellent article, but there's nothing about the Firefox 4+ versions, which is what the "Owner" mentioned in his posting - '''Firefox latest please'''. Frontmotion has been doing Firefox MSI packages since 2004 and if there was a problem with those packages I'm sure Mozilla wouldn't allow them to use the official Firefox branding.
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they have firefox 9 and it works, but there is a problem opening tabs once deployed, has any one come across this issue

they have firefox 9 and it works, but there is a problem opening tabs once deployed, has any one come across this issue
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Hartnegg~your link was EXTREMELY helpful! Thank you for taking the time to write it up. I tried it using Firefox v13 and it worked beautifully. In the Registry Keys section where you say to, "1.Replace all occurences of 'C:\\Program Files' with the path..." I didn't quite understand what you meant so I ignored it and imported without making any changes (English version). That also worked fine. Great write up!

Hartnegg~your link was EXTREMELY helpful! Thank you for taking the time to write it up. I tried it using Firefox v13 and it worked beautifully. In the Registry Keys section where you say to, "1.Replace all occurences of 'C:\\Program Files' with the path..." I didn't quite understand what you meant so I ignored it and imported without making any changes (English version). That also worked fine. Great write up!