Mozilla Firefox ESR German Version

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  • Norbert Schulze

    You could create a script that automatically downloads the current German version with wget and overwrite the PDQ-Version, for example:

    wget --content-disposition -c -P "%PUBLIC%\Documents\Admin Arsenal\PDQ Deploy\Repository\Mozilla\Firefox-ESR\x86" "https://download.mozilla.org/?product=firefox-esr-latest&os=win&lang=de"
    wget --content-disposition -c -P "%PUBLIC%\Documents\Admin Arsenal\PDQ Deploy\Repository\Mozilla\Firefox-ESR\x64" "https://download.mozilla.org/?product=firefox-esr-latest&os=win64&lang=de"

    in our environment i had to add the wget-proxy-option :
    -e https_proxy=192.168.1.3:8080

    wget windows -> download the classic 32 bit version 1.14 here or, go to this Windows binaries collection at Eternally Bored here for the later versions and 64 bit builds.

    I personally find the biggest criticism of PDQ-Deploy is that only English language packages are available in the "Package Library". Especially as a German customer also pays for the extensive package library. See: https://www.pdq.com/package-library/

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  • Stefan Strobel

    I use GPO and mozilla.cfg to set language specific settings.

    Copy the dictionary files (locale-code.dic and locale-code.aff) to "%ProgramFiles(x86)%\Mozilla Firefox\dictionaries"

    Links / Download


    mozilla.cfg

    // ---- German Language ----
    // Spell Check
    pref("spellchecker.dictionary","de-DE");
    // Browser Search
    lockPref("browser.search.countryCode","DE");
    lockPref("browser.search.isUS", true);
    lockPref("browser.search.region", "DE");
    lockPref("intl.regional_prefs.use_os_locales", true);


    GPO

    • Computerkonfiguration\Administrative Vorlagen\Mozilla\Firefox\request locale
    • Computerkonfiguration\Administrative Vorlagen\Mozilla\Firefox\Erweiterungen\Erweiterungen installieren

     

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