How can I start two FF instances under two Windows accounts at once w/o -no-remote? I need to be able to send URLs to them.
I have one FF (36.0) installation and two Windows user accounts: one for work (w/o internet access but with access to domain resources like JIRA) and one for internet acc…
I have one FF (36.0) installation and two Windows user accounts: one for work (w/o internet access but with access to domain resources like JIRA) and one for internet access (w/o access to local resources). I need two instances of FF running at the same time with different resources. I've created profiles with different names under both accounts and specify profile names using -p parameter. However when I try to start both instances of FF (second one is started via RUNAS), second instance can't be started, new tab in already running instance is opened instead:
firefox.exe -p profile runas.exe /profile /savecred /user:user_i "\"firefox.exe\" -p profile_i"
When I start one of them with -no-profile, I can start both at once... but when I try to execute firefox.exe with an URL in order to open a tab with this URL in one of running instances (local URLs I open by starting firefox.exe under work account and remote URLs I open by starting FF via RUNAS), it can't sent URL to already running instance of same user, it always sends URLs to an instance that is runnung w/o -no-remote.
firefox.exe -p profile -url "url" runas.exe /profile /savecred /user:user_i "\"firefox.exe\" -p profile_i -url \"url\""
So, I need to have two instances under two different Windows user accounts, and when firefox.exe is started again, it should only communicate with instance that is running under same user account, it must not communicate with instance that is running under different Windows account.