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Had the same problem, same cause (GPOs designed to block ransomware installations). I have my GPOs assigned to separate OUs so this was fairly easy to cirumvent on a temporary basis: Open Group Policy Management, Check which OUs your Ransomware blcoking GPO applies to Confirm the target machine is in one of these OUs Move the target machine to a an ...


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I've created an add-in for Firefox which ignores all x-frame options, see https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/ignore-x-frame-options/ Also see http://stackoverflow.com/questions/12881789/disable-x-frame-option-on-client-side/31391703


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I ran into the same problem this morning, I have the group policy to prevent crypto-locker and I needed to install FF on a single machine. Here is the process: Download "firefox setup stub.exe" Move it somewhere other than downloads. I used c:\temp. Open a command window (with admin privileges). Type these commands: (c:\temp is used for this example) ...


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You can download the latest version of the Java Runtime Environment (JRE) from java.com.



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