My company has a lot of people using Firefox, and we are in the process of deploying several Sharepoint sites. We want to implement a solution that will prevent them from having to enter their active directory credentials in the browser when accessing these Sharepoint sites.
If I go into Firefox about:config > network.automatic-ntlm-aut
uris, and add the Sharepoint URLs, then SSO works. The issue is how to do this efficiently across all computers in the organization.
I found a VBScript (URL below) that will add a specified list or URLs to that setting in the prefs.js file, but I need a way to run that VBScript on all computers.
I thought about using GPP, but as far as I can tell, that only works for controlling settings that are contained in the registry.
I have previously been doing this with a login script, but the issue with that approach is that I have a lot of remote users who use a software VPN client, so they do not connect to our network until after they have logged into their PC, so they do not run login scripts.
It seems group policy is the answer, but I can't seem to figure out how to get group policy to run a VBS file.