Managed Bookmarks FireFox

New Contributor

I have recently Deployed Managed Bookmarks to Google Chrome using a plist and configuration profile with custom payload. Posted here, which worked a treat -

Does anyone know if something similar is possible for FireFox?


New Contributor III

Have you figured this out? Looking to do this as well

Contributor III

Assuming you only want bookmarks and related settings, this should work.

    "$schema": "",
    "title": "Mozilla Firefox (org.mozilla.Firefox)",
    "description": "Settings for Mozilla Firefox",

    "definitions": {
         "bookmark": {"type": "object", "title": "Bookmark", "properties": {"Folder": {"type": "string", "title": "Folder"}, "URL": {"type": "string", "title": "URL"}, "Title": {"type": "string", "title": "Title"}, "Favicon": {"type": "string", "title": "Favicon"}, "Placement": {"type": "string", "title": "Placement", "options": {"enum_titles": ["toolbar", "menu"]}, "enum": ["toolbar", "menu"], "required": ["URL","Title"]}}}

    "type": "object",
    "properties": {

    "Bookmarks": { "anyOf": [ {"type": "null", "title": "Not Configured"}, {"title": "Configured", "type": "array", "items": {"$ref": "#/definitions/bookmark"}, "default": [ {"Folder":"Example1Folder","URL":"","Title":"Example1","Favicon":"","Placement":"toolbar"}]}]},

        "DisplayBookmarksToolbar": {"title": "Display Bookmarks Toolbar", "description": "Set the initial state of the bookmarks toolbar. A user can still hide it and it will stay hidden.", "anyOf":[{"type":"null","title":"Not Configured"},{"title":"Configured", "type": "boolean", "default": "true"}]},

        "NoDefaultBookmarks": {"title": "No Default Bookmarks", "description": "Disable the creation of default bookmarks.  This policy is only effective if the user profile has not been created yet.", "anyOf":[{"type":"null","title":"Not Configured"},{"title":"Configured", "type": "boolean", "default": "true"}]}


(Edit) Fixed my typos. I was copying/pasting out of my full json for it and overlooked a few brackets and commas.