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damasko
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Enterprise policies

Hello, I used to have FF portable on my usb drive (bitlocker enabled) running on the Win10pro company laptop (Lenovo T14).
Today I notice that some settings are working no more, disappeared or greyed out and displaying "managed by your organization". For example, I lost the Mozilla account login for the sync.
The policy values are the following.
I supposed that being a portable app, the resident OS would not touch it, is there a way to avoid such interference by the company?

ExtensionSettings {"cloudmetering@snowsoftware.com":{"install_url":"file://C:\\Program Files\\Snow Software\\Inventory\\Agent\\FFCloudmetering.xpi","installation_mode":"blocked"}}
AppAutoUpdate true
BlockAboutConfig true
BlockAboutProfiles true
DisableDefaultBrowserAgent true
DisableFirefoxAccounts true
DisableFirefoxStudies true
DontCheckDefaultBrowser true
OfferToSaveLogins false
PasswordManagerEnabled false
Preferences {"browser.safebrowsing.allowOverride":{"Value":false,"Status":"locked"},"browser.safebrowsing.phishing.enabled":{"Value":true,"Status":"locked"},"browser.safebrowsing.malware.enabled":{"Value":true,"Status":"locked"}}
EnableTrackingProtection Value true
Cryptomining true
Locked true
Homepage URL
Locked false

Ken Herbert
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We don't do anything to

We don't do anything to modify the base app, so any Enterprise policies respected by the base app will also be respected by our portable version.

damasko
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That sounds strange to me,

That sounds strange to me, unexpected.
Is there any way to isolate portable apps, so they can not be changed by the os?
I mean, portable apps are indipendent by nature.

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Not independent

No, they are not independent. We only make sure your settings and data are kept with the app as you move around.

As I said we don't change anything in the base app. We simply redirect data directories etc. when the app gives us the ability to do it, or we setup our portable bits to put your data & settings where the app expects them to be on open, and put them back with the portable package on close.

We don't offer any kind of virtualization which would be required to keep the app sandboxed from the system.

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