Although this is technically a blog, it's primary content is a series of articles on how to get Firefox working in a corporate Windows environment. Later ones build on earlier ones, so you might want to use the Table of Contents on the right to read through it chronologically instead of reading straight down from here.

Upgrading to Firefox 14

I updated the site again for everything you need to do to push out Firefox 14.  Almost everything is exactly the same as it was for Firefox 9, so this is all you need to do:
  • Get a new MSI for Firefox 14.
  • Tweak it if you want.  The instructions are the same.
  • Get and edit XMarks 4.1.0.  I had problems using 4.0.5 with Firefox 14, but the instructions to edit 4.1.0 are the same.
  • Push them both out with Active Directory.  I found the PlainOldFavorites and IE Tab v2 plugins didn't need to be updated.
  • You're done.
The only other thing I added to the site was an explanation of how to push settings out per-user or per-machine.  I did this to turn off Firefox's new smooth scrolling feature on the remote desktop server.