Firefox ESR does not have any manageability improvements over standard 
Firefox.  It just introduces new features more slowly.  It is 
potentially beneficial for use with line of business applications where 
the more modern update cadence often breaks things.  It is a poorer 
choice for use with "cloud" applications, which often make use of new 
browser features.

I have been toying with using Firefox ESR in conjunction with 
application virtualization technologies, but we have not considered 
distributing it more widely.

I am curious to know which sites or services are driving the need for 
Firefox.  Is it plugin compatibility?  Google's recent retirement of 
support for NPAPI-based plugins is likely to be pretty disruptive to any 
application dependent on Netscape-style plugins.

-J. Greg Mackinnon | ETS Systems Architecture and Administration | x68251

On 7/20/2015 11:11 AM, Beth Wilkins wrote:
> Hello,
> My Geography professors are having a hard time letting Firefox go.  
> One professor mentioned that his other organization (Health 
> Department) uses Firefox for the Enterprise 
> <>. He 
> suggested that I look into it. Is this worth doing? Has anyone gone 
> this route or given any thought to going there?
> -- 
> Beth Wilkins
> CAS Computing Services
> 802-656-7971
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