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Disabling WebRTC for Firefox ESR 68x via GPO or file

Our security division has asked that we disable and lock Webrtc for all deployments of firefox. How do we configure/implement this when we automatically deploy firefox? W… (funda kabanzi)

Our security division has asked that we disable and lock Webrtc for all deployments of firefox. How do we configure/implement this when we automatically deploy firefox? We can do it either via Group Policy or a file on the client computer.

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office 365 users under policy can't login to microsoft URL's through Windows 10 Accounts

Hi folks, I am using office 365 and azure AD. I have setup Intune policy for my users and according to this policy, users can login to the machine which is compliance und… (funda kabanzi)

Hi folks,

I am using office 365 and azure AD. I have setup Intune policy for my users and according to this policy, users can login to the machine which is compliance under that policy.

To understad the Intune policy: (my policy is browser independent) https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/intune/get-started-evaluation

Edge works fine by default with this policy. Google chrome need and extension with name "windows 10 accounts" https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/windows-10-accounts/ppnbnpeolgkicgegkbkbjmhlideopiji?hl=en

but Mozilla do not work with policies. although, I tried with a same extension but it didn't worked.

I have attached the screen shot, please let me know if you need any other information from me.

-Gurpreet Singh

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Feature Request: Set security.enterprise_roots.enabled to TRUE on default

A lot of troubles with firefox installations at customer sites is because security.enterprise_roots.enabled is set to false by default. So where you think certificates a… (funda kabanzi)

A lot of troubles with firefox installations at customer sites is because security.enterprise_roots.enabled is set to false by default. So where you think certificates are handled in company networks -> yes via group policies. So every vendors or internal certificates are handled there, and and all common browsers (chrome and IE, edge) got the certificate trust information from there. Except firefox. Its complicated to ensure security.enterprise_roots.enabled is set via scripts or deyployment settings. At least all others is "just install" How the user customizes his own browser is not my job as admin, but get it working to especially internal https secures sites is mine. I think others also may want this option set as default to true.

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