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How do you deploy Firefox in your corporate enviroment?

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I am looking for people with experience on deploying Firefox in a corporate enviroment. I have looked into various ADM/ADMX methods with startup scripts and either I can't get these working or they are rather flakey. I have read a little on Firefox ESR and this looks interesting.

If it helps, I am looking to install Firefox on the users Windows 7 clients. Our Active Directory is currently running in Windows 2003 mode.

I want to know what others do so I can choose where to focus my efforts.

Any advice is greatly appreciated.
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We normally deploy stuff like this using group policy if the image has not been created.

Download the package and created a group policy and it should just do it.
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Thanks for the reply Kash. Group Policy for Firefox doesn't exist by default and must be added. What ADM/ADMX package do you use? Do you possibly have a URL to this?
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Thanks Kash, I think I need to reword my question. I have accepted your answer as a solution and I will raise another question. Thanks again for your feedback.
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