Need to add or remove a certificate dynamically within Firefox? PolicyPak makes it drop dead easy. Just point to the file and specify the store. Watch and learn how.
PolicyPak for Mozilla Firefox
You’ve got Firefox and a large amount of users.
How do you set up important key settings? Like these and many others:
- Certificates management
- Update behavior
- Encryption settings
- Home page
- Privacy settings
Manage settings to actual, unchanged, real and genuine Firefox.
Firefox itself has no native Group Policy support with ADM or ADMX files to control these key settings, what are you going to do? It’s true there are third party companies like Frontmotion which will repackage, modify and “re-sell” Firefox – each and every time an update is created. It’s also true they provide some ADM support with this modified software.But there’s a better way – a much better way.
When you use PolicyPak and our Pre-configured PolicyPak for Firefox, you get to use the actual, unchanged real and genuine Firefox. You’re NOT using a re-packaged Firefox.
Need to gain user control over browser selection?
Check out our Browser Router component.
Configure websites to open in the browser you choose.
Just a few helpful tips on how to manage Firefox with PolicyPak
WATCH & LEARN
Everyone wants to know how to set the Firefox Search Engine from Yahoo to Google or something else using Group Policy. PolicyPak is the way to do it. Watch and learn how.
Firefox opens PDFs in its own internal reader. You probably want to open PDFs in external applications. Set it up instantly using this function.
Dictate which websites can allow or block pop-ups as well as control permissions like Camera or Microphone. Only PolicyPak enables you to set these using Group Policy or the Cloud. Watch and learn how.
Your users have a ton of (evil?) extensions in Firefox. And now you have some you want them to have, but don’t know how to get rid of the junk they put there. Add or remove Firefox extensions using URLs, Flies, or over HTTPS. Watch and learn how.
Firefox has four types of Add-ons: Extensions, Appearance, Plugins, and Services. And PolicyPak can manage (enable or disable) ALL of these types. Get a handle on how to manage your Firefox Add-ons using Group Policy or your own systems management utility. Watch and learn how.
With PolicyPak you can add or remove bookmarks to the menus or toolbar. Watch and learn how.
When Firefox runs the first time, it shows extra tabs. But using PolicyPak you can remove these extra tabs on both Windows 7 and Windows 10. Watch and learn how.
Need to remove about:config, about:addons, and the Australis button? How about entire menu items inside Firefox Preferences? Watch and learn how.
More power than ever before; now you can individually remove specific UI elements from Firefox in the about:preferences panel. Fine tune exactly what users can see and do (and not see and not do.) Watch and learn how.
In this video, we show you PolicyPak’s “Extras” that can be configured.
Prevent Firefox as Default Browser: 48 seconds in.
Prevent Private Browsing: 2:19.
Prevent Saving Passwords: 3:10.
Disable Firefox Safe Mode: 5:23.
Prevent Access to Local Files: 6:13.
Prevent Firefox Sync: 7:17.
Prevent Misc Buttons and Controls: 9:36.
Need to force specific websites to use a specific version of Java?
Check out our Java Rules Manager component.
Configure specific websites to utilize the Java version you choose.
With PolicyPak and the free Pre-Configured PolicyPak for Firefox, you get full control over Firefox, and granular control for each OU or users – using normal Group Policy controls.
Once you’re using PolicyPak to manage Firefox, you’ll also get to manage all your other enterprise desktop applications the same way: Java, WinZip, Acrobat, and any custom application you have. They’re 100% included – absolutely free.
It’s ALL included when you’re a PolicyPak Professional customer.