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I need a full download of firefox to download on remote machines.

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I need a full download of Firefox so i can install it remotely. The machines I will be installing on have extremely limited Internet access. I don't want to start the install and need it to download updates. I need the exe to be as fully automated as possible and be able to download on a machine that has locked down Internet access. I have a Firewall that has specific sites whitelisted and cant open up just to get the install to work.

I need a full download of Firefox so i can install it remotely. The machines I will be installing on have extremely limited Internet access. I don't want to start the install and need it to download updates. I need the exe to be as fully automated as possible and be able to download on a machine that has locked down Internet access. I have a Firewall that has specific sites whitelisted and cant open up just to get the install to work.

被選擇的解決方法

You may obtain full installers rather than stub installers from here:

Alternatively you may be interested in the Extended Stability Releases (ESR)

The .exe installers may be manually transferred to the machines, and should not need any additional downloads to set up the basic Firefox. However even the ESR release gets updates about every six weeks, but that is generally only critical security fixes, or important repairs rather than new features. However if the browsers are exposed to the internet you may be wise to keep them updated

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I am not sure of the potential methods of keeping Firefox updated remotely on a network, although I guess you could resort to re-installing every six weeks or whatever; but that is probably not very satisfactory. However maybe the EWG mailing list (see) will have information on that.

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  • FortiClient SSLVPN CacheCleaner Firefox Plugin
  • FortiClient SSLVPN CacheCleanerEx Firefox Plugin
  • FortiClient SSLVPN Tunnel Service Firefox Plugin
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  • NPRuntime Script Plug-in Library for Java(TM) Deploy
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  • MTWebClient 7.5.1.102
  • The plug-in allows you to open and edit files using Microsoft Office applications
  • Office Authorization plug-in for NPAPI browsers
  • Picasa plugin
  • Screen sharing support for your web meetings
  • Shockwave Flash 23.0 r0
  • Shockwave Flash 24.0 r0
  • Adobe Shockwave for Director Netscape plug-in, version 12.1.8.158
  • 5.1.50428.0

應用程式

  • User Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 6.1; WOW64; rv:44.0) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/44.0

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John99 971 個解決方法 13138 個答案

選擇的解決方法

You may obtain full installers rather than stub installers from here:

Alternatively you may be interested in the Extended Stability Releases (ESR)

The .exe installers may be manually transferred to the machines, and should not need any additional downloads to set up the basic Firefox. However even the ESR release gets updates about every six weeks, but that is generally only critical security fixes, or important repairs rather than new features. However if the browsers are exposed to the internet you may be wise to keep them updated

You may also be interested in

I am not sure of the potential methods of keeping Firefox updated remotely on a network, although I guess you could resort to re-installing every six weeks or whatever; but that is probably not very satisfactory. However maybe the EWG mailing list (see) will have information on that.

You may obtain full installers rather than stub installers from here: * https://www.mozilla.org/firefox/all/ Alternatively you may be interested in the Extended Stability Releases (ESR) * Background information (FAQs) https://www.mozilla.org/firefox/organizations/faq/ ** https://www.mozilla.org/firefox/organizations/all/ The .exe installers may be manually transferred to the machines, and should not need any additional downloads to set up the basic Firefox. However even the ESR release gets updates about every six weeks, but that is generally only critical security fixes, or important repairs rather than new features. However if the browsers are exposed to the internet you may be wise to keep them updated * (Do not) [[Install an older version of Firefox]] ** https://www.mozilla.org/security/known-vulnerabilities/firefox/ You may also be interested in * ''' MDN [https://developer.mozilla.org/Firefox/Enterprise_deployment Deploying Firefox in an enterprise environment]''' I am not sure of the potential methods of keeping Firefox updated remotely on a network, although I guess you could resort to re-installing every six weeks or whatever; but that is probably not very satisfactory. However maybe the EWG mailing list ([https://www.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/organizations/faq/ see]) will have information on that.
John99 971 個解決方法 13138 個答案

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P.S. You appear to have posted form an outdated Fx44.

P.S. You appear to have posted form an outdated Fx44.
James
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Note if you choose to do updates as the are Released and miss a update then you will get a full patch instead of a small partial.

Note if you choose to do updates as the are Released and miss a update then you will get a full patch instead of a small partial.

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John99 said

You may obtain full installers rather than stub installers from here: Alternatively you may be interested in the Extended Stability Releases (ESR) The .exe installers may be manually transferred to the machines, and should not need any additional downloads to set up the basic Firefox. However even the ESR release gets updates about every six weeks, but that is generally only critical security fixes, or important repairs rather than new features. However if the browsers are exposed to the internet you may be wise to keep them updated You may also be interested in I am not sure of the potential methods of keeping Firefox updated remotely on a network, although I guess you could resort to re-installing every six weeks or whatever; but that is probably not very satisfactory. However maybe the EWG mailing list (see) will have information on that.
''John99 [[#answer-944347|said]]'' <blockquote> You may obtain full installers rather than stub installers from here: * https://www.mozilla.org/firefox/all/ Alternatively you may be interested in the Extended Stability Releases (ESR) * Background information (FAQs) https://www.mozilla.org/firefox/organizations/faq/ ** https://www.mozilla.org/firefox/organizations/all/ The .exe installers may be manually transferred to the machines, and should not need any additional downloads to set up the basic Firefox. However even the ESR release gets updates about every six weeks, but that is generally only critical security fixes, or important repairs rather than new features. However if the browsers are exposed to the internet you may be wise to keep them updated * (Do not) [[Install an older version of Firefox]] ** https://www.mozilla.org/security/known-vulnerabilities/firefox/ You may also be interested in * ''' MDN [https://developer.mozilla.org/Firefox/Enterprise_deployment Deploying Firefox in an enterprise environment]''' I am not sure of the potential methods of keeping Firefox updated remotely on a network, although I guess you could resort to re-installing every six weeks or whatever; but that is probably not very satisfactory. However maybe the EWG mailing list ([https://www.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/organizations/faq/ see]) will have information on that. </blockquote>

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Thanks for the help. I am installing this to a retail POS machine and would be using MS windows updates for security updates. This is an extremely locked down environment. All sites are blocked with only specifically allowed sites on a Whitelist on our firewall.

Thanks for the help. I am installing this to a retail POS machine and would be using MS windows updates for security updates. This is an extremely locked down environment. All sites are blocked with only specifically allowed sites on a Whitelist on our firewall.