Now, let us look into On Access 3.JPG and On Access 4.JPG
So the executable maybe present and yet will not be usable by any means!
Thank you for the uploads! I really appreciate your efforts into this. I think I have the the cause identified for both the scenarios already! Let me explain the process step by step in the upcoming posts. please bear with me while I post the solution.
Kudos to your efforts here!
Finally, You can use any 1 of the options (Access Protection or Potentially Unwanted Programs) to perform the block. Using both would be overkill.
Access protection, however gives you an edge of using the MD5 of the process (Firefox.exe) if you are trying to block a specific version!
Please keep us posted on how this goes. I will be more than happy to clarify any further questions you may have on this!
Thank you for your kind response. It should work, however, I would like to take a look at the policy in place. May I request you to kindly export the policy and please help us with the same?
For exporting the policy, please visit Policy Catalog and kindly export the policy you are applying under Access Protection.
Thanks for posting
I think you requirement is to stop using the firefox completely in your organization.
This can be achieved through ENS web control, where we have browser control policy under ENS web control policy, which you can block the respective browser to stop working with ENS WC enabled clients.