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Firefox seemed to "sync" the DisableAppUpdate policy from a Windows public comp to my Linux personal comp. I don't want that.

I normally use Firefox desktop on my Linux computer. Last week, I started using it on a public computer running Windows. I installed Firefox Portable and then logged/syn… (funda kabanzi)

I normally use Firefox desktop on my Linux computer.

Last week, I started using it on a public computer running Windows. I installed Firefox Portable and then logged/synced into my Firefox account on this Win computer. I noticed that in the Firefox Portable Windows “about:preferences” page, it says “Your browser is being managed by your organization”, which links to about:policies. In that “about:policies” page, it shows this https://i.imgur.com/JmD8nXg.png Policy Name: DisableAppUpdate Policy Value: true. Now I’m back on my Linux desktop computer and it also has this “managed by your organization” message in “about:preferences” and the same “about:policies” stuff. In other words, it appears that this policy was copied from the Windows public computer to my personal Linux computer. I don’t want that.

How can I undo this? And how can I block this sort of policy syncing?

Asked by Mozilla cheese 2 iminyaka edlule

Answered by jscher2000 - Support Volunteer 2 iminyaka edlule

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The new update removed lines between the tabs. How do I get them back?

Same as question 1337885, which was marked "solved", despite never being solved. (Solved for a few months is not solved!) Does every user seriously have to go through th… (funda kabanzi)

Same as question 1337885, which was marked "solved", despite never being solved. (Solved for a few months is not solved!)

Does every user seriously have to go through the rigmarole of manually editing a CSS file in order to have a usable UI? (as per https://ourtechroom.com/tech/get-back-old-tab-design-firefox/, for example)

Asked by craig83 1 unyaka odlule

Last reply by jscher2000 - Support Volunteer 1 unyaka odlule

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security

i have a sd card running an linyx os. i feel if im willing to put the contents of the sd card at risk i should have the right to do so. there is no work around trying to … (funda kabanzi)

i have a sd card running an linyx os. i feel if im willing to put the contents of the sd card at risk i should have the right to do so. there is no work around trying to load an unsecured website. i dont feel that is something you get to choose for me. and i should be able to be in control of what i do on my computer wheather i get a virus or not. i belive your job ends at letting me know im at risk. that is all, i dont need a response because im my own person and you have no right to dictate what i do or do not do. thank you

Asked by jaymez161391282 1 unyaka odlule

Last reply by cor-el 1 unyaka odlule

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How to stop a tab process without closing the tab?

I've been considering switching to Firefox from Chromium for quite a while. However, there's one feature in Chromium that I can't do without: the task manager. In Chromiu… (funda kabanzi)

I've been considering switching to Firefox from Chromium for quite a while. However, there's one feature in Chromium that I can't do without: the task manager. In Chromium, I'm able to stop a tab's process, but the tab still remains open, displaying an error. Even if I refresh the tab, the tab's process restarts as if the tab was just refreshed, without any crashes. I'm aware that Firefox also has a task manager, but when I stop a tab's process using Firefox's task manager, the tab closes as well. Is there a method to forcefully stop a tab's process without having to close the entire tab? Perhaps there's an add-on that can help with this? I typically have a large number of tabs open — more than my PC can handle — so this feature is essential for me.

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Last reply by zeroknight 6 izinyanga ezidlule

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Firefox not handling the response headers

Hi, I have been working on a old project for one of my clients and found an issue. The firefox version i am using is 95.0.1 64bit version. After signing in, inside respon… (funda kabanzi)

Hi, I have been working on a old project for one of my clients and found an issue. The firefox version i am using is 95.0.1 64bit version. After signing in, inside response headers from the server i am getting

set-cookie MYSESSION=eyJ***** HttpOnly

which is then used on next request i make to the server as Cookie MYSESSION=eyJhb***

But after upgrading my firefox version, although i am able to see the response header sent back from server, but it is not being sent in request header for the next api call.

Also this issue is only for localhost, works fine in production https urls

I would like to know what has changed in new version in terms of handling the response headers, thanks!

Asked by ratnabh2614 11 izinyanga ezidlule

Last reply by TyDraniu 11 izinyanga ezidlule