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Firefox: Set as Default Browser for All Users

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I have decided to install Firefox on all stations on all my Active Directory networks, since its Bookmarks roam when Roaming Profiles are not enabled.

However, I'm struggling to see:

a) How can I set Firefox as the default browser for all users?
b) How can I prevent the 'First Run Wizard' (for importing bookmarks from IE) from running?

Thanks!
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Thanks for that. I'm going to look into the FrontMotion Firefox MSI files and let you know.
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That site was down today unfortunately, but these definitely look like what I am after, so I will keep this in mind. :-)
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