Suggested Firefox Policies for Policy Templates
Firefox offers Policy Templates that allow you to restrict what can be done with the Firefox browser installed on a given system.
|Linux||Download policies.json and copy the file into firefox/distribution, where firefox is the installation directory for firefox, which varies by distribution. On Linux, this is commonly
|Mac||Download policies.json and copy the file into `Firefox.app/Contents/Resources/distribution ||
|Windows||Download policies.json and create a directory called distribution where the EXE is located and place the file there|
Below you will find the policies we find Important to use with InFilter, and some Optional Policies that we also recommend, but are not essential to the use of the InFilter tool.
|BlockAboutAddons||true||Block extension settings, which would allow disabling InFilter|
|BlockAboutConfig||true||Block browser configuration, which could allow many changes that could break or bypass InFilter|
|BlockAboutProfiles||true||Prevent creation of additional user profiles|
|DisableForgetButton||true||Sites should not be forgotten; they should be able to be reviewed|
|DisablePocket||true||Pocket can pop up content that you may not wish users to see|
|DisablePrivateBrowsing||true||Block private browsing, which would allow for bypass of InFilter|
|DisableProfileImport||true||Profiles would allow bypass of InFilter|
|DisableProfileRefresh||true||Disables Firefox being reset|
||Disables Firefox addons store|
||Prevents InFilter Uninstall|
|BlockAboutSupport||true||Block troubleshooting information, not needed|
|DisableMasterPasswordCreation||true||Disable creating of a master password, not needed|
|DisableFirefoxAccounts||true||Firefox accounts are not needed in most cases|
|EnableTrackingProtection||Value:true, Locked:true||Enable and lock tracking protection|
More Policy Info
For the full list of Firefox policies, see mozilla/policy-templates on github.