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How do I avoid the proxy credentials popup?

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Lately, the proxy authentication dialog keeps popping up every now and then. This is incredibly annoying: even though my credentials are remembered, I still have to click OK, sometimes a few times before I can proceed viewing the website. Sometime the dialog from a website on a different (background) tab pops up and disturbs me while viewing another website.

My setup is as follows: Currently, I'm using Firefox 31.0 on openSUSE 13.1 I have a cntlm proxy set up and set as my system's proxy (http_proxy and KDE's proxy settings) at http://localhost:3128 which works correctly in other applications. I tried using two settings in FF: 'Use system proxy settings' and 'Manual proxy configuration'. I tried both, checking and unchecking 'Do not prompt for authentication if password is saved' I tried a suggestion from the web, setting signon.autologin.proxy to true. I tried some proxy addon which promised to solve the issue.

None of these worked in preventing that incredibly annoying proxy authentication dialog from poppin g up (although, at times it *seemed* that I didn't get if for a longer time (that was after making the about:config modification mentioned above)).

I remember times on this machine when that did not happen, but I can't remember what I've changed that it's broken now (probably it was some FF update?).

Please, help me! I'm lost and it makes my FF very uncomfortable to use. I need some suggestions on how to configure FF in a way that *should* work, i.e. which combinations of the settings I mentioned above, or other ones I haven't considered yet.

Lately, the proxy authentication dialog keeps popping up every now and then. This is incredibly annoying: even though my credentials are remembered, I still have to click OK, sometimes a few times before I can proceed viewing the website. Sometime the dialog from a website on a different (background) tab pops up and disturbs me while viewing another website. My setup is as follows: Currently, I'm using Firefox 31.0 on openSUSE 13.1 I have a cntlm proxy set up and set as my system's proxy (http_proxy and KDE's proxy settings) at http://localhost:3128 which works correctly in other applications. I tried using two settings in FF: 'Use system proxy settings' and 'Manual proxy configuration'. I tried both, checking and unchecking 'Do not prompt for authentication if password is saved' I tried a suggestion from the web, setting signon.autologin.proxy to true. I tried some proxy addon which promised to solve the issue. None of these worked in preventing that incredibly annoying proxy authentication dialog from poppin g up (although, at times it *seemed* that I didn't get if for a longer time (that was after making the about:config modification mentioned above)). I remember times on this machine when that did not happen, but I can't remember what I've changed that it's broken now (probably it was some FF update?). Please, help me! I'm lost and it makes my FF very uncomfortable to use. I need some suggestions on how to configure FF in a way that *should* work, i.e. which combinations of the settings I mentioned above, or other ones I haven't considered yet.

Giải pháp được chọn

localhost is in my no proxies list and it has been there for some time during which I didn't see that issue.

However, I finally seem to have gotten rid of that problem - yay!

Out of sheer desperation, I tried the option 'Auto-detect proxy settings for this network' (which I *think* I had tried in the past but it did not work then) and I checked 'Do not prompt for authentication if password is saved' with the result of no more being annoyed with (seemingly random) popping up of proxy authentication dialogs!

I don't know why the Manual proxy and the Use system proxy do show that behavior, but I'm happy that I can use Firefox again undisturbed now.

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When available, please update to version 32. I am pretty sure there was something about cookies, but that would be a typical support response so forget that.

Some initial thoughts:

  • Did you remove the localhost from network.proxy.no_proxies_on
  • Do you have a certificate associated with the proxy that has an expiration?
  • These were the security updates for version 32: https://www.mozilla.org/security/know.../firefox.html
  • Is there a specific time interval that this happens?

Did that fix anything?

When available, please update to version 32. I am pretty sure there was something about cookies, but that would be a typical support response so forget that. Some initial thoughts: * Did you remove the localhost from network.proxy.no_proxies_on * Do you have a certificate associated with the proxy that has an expiration? * These were the security updates for version 32: [https://www.mozilla.org/security/known-vulnerabilities/firefox.html] * Is there a specific time interval that this happens? Did that fix anything?

Giải pháp được chọn

localhost is in my no proxies list and it has been there for some time during which I didn't see that issue.

However, I finally seem to have gotten rid of that problem - yay!

Out of sheer desperation, I tried the option 'Auto-detect proxy settings for this network' (which I *think* I had tried in the past but it did not work then) and I checked 'Do not prompt for authentication if password is saved' with the result of no more being annoyed with (seemingly random) popping up of proxy authentication dialogs!

I don't know why the Manual proxy and the Use system proxy do show that behavior, but I'm happy that I can use Firefox again undisturbed now.

localhost is in my no proxies list and it has been there for some time during which I didn't see that issue. However, I finally seem to have gotten rid of that problem - yay! Out of sheer desperation, I tried the option 'Auto-detect proxy settings for this network' (which I *think* I had tried in the past but it did not work then) and I checked 'Do not prompt for authentication if password is saved' with the result of no more being annoyed with (seemingly random) popping up of proxy authentication dialogs! I don't know why the Manual proxy and the Use system proxy do show that behavior, but I'm happy that I can use Firefox again undisturbed now.
DigiKeyJohn14 0 giải pháp 1 câu trả lời
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If you are using FF35 Try entering just your domain name under ntlm trusted uris http://insidepages.mysite.com would be .mysite.com

If you are using FF35 Try entering just your domain name under ntlm trusted uris http://insidepages.mysite.com would be .mysite.com

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