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In bug 1291858 we landed some mozconfig related changes to allow unsigned addons in ESR. I wonder if we still should allow this in ESR52.
Andy, maybe you have more info here. The question is if we still want to allow unsigned addons in ESR52.
Yes, the assumption is that in enterprise there are other means to control the software on computers so the pref should be toggleable. Remind me, does it default to on or off in ESR builds?
I'm not sure if it was implemented in 45, so probably it's irrelevant. If I read bug 1291858, we want to allow unsigned addons in ESR52, just wanted to make sure it's intended.
Yes. One of the commitments we've made is to allow unsigned addons in ESR, so Enterprises can deploy code internally. It needs to continue to be available.
Thanks! It's much clearer now. I'll make sure we do allow them.
Comment on attachment 8840572 [details] Bug 1342143 - Fix config syntax, a=release DONTBUILD https://reviewboard.mozilla.org/r/115040/#review116536
Pushed by email@example.com: https://hg.mozilla.org/integration/autoland/rev/f36b2a2d86d2 Fix config syntax, r=kmoir a=release DONTBUILD