I installed Firefox Portable and removed standard FireFox. Something between v32 and v42 changed the way that profiles are handled and they can't deal with data that's copied/imaged in the way that Personas/View handles %appdata%.
Odd. I haven't run into this yet, I'd knock on wood, but it's all fake plastic around me right now.
One thing that I am finding with Edge is that often when I am trying to type something into the address bar and hesitate before finishing it freaks out and the address bar disappears so that I have to grab the mouse, open it again and start typing over again. Their desire to have that weird, jumping around address bar is a major negative. It is confusing and it makes it slow.
The shear fact that they use a non default user shows that they probably have an above average ability to use their computer, which could be helpful in their job.
It's been a while since I've seen a company that had IE set as a default.
Same. Chrome is so easy to deploy with Group Policy and has just as much control as IE if not more. Now firefox doesn't (or didn't) pull it's proxy settings from the system so that can be an issue with some content filters.
As much as I hate Chrome it is supported by our EHR vendor where FF is not... might be time to look into using it.
Though we'll still have to keep IE around for the hospitals.
The immediately important bit (until a resolution) from the article:
Disabling WebRTC can be done by installing the WebRTC Block extension for Chrome, while in Firefox the “media.peerconnection.enabled” needs to be set to “false” on the advanced configuration page (about:config).