How to enable the usage of Integrated Authentication with Firefox

How to enable the usage of Integrated Authentication with Firefox

  
Open Firefox, write down about:config in the Address Bar, after that search for "network.automatic-ntlm-auth.trused-uris” parameter in the displayed page. Modify its value entering the eligible URL site where you must pass your username and password to.

Additional Info

Typing the following strings into Firefox's Address Bar and pressing Enter brings up a wide variety of configuration items:

* about: shows info on Firefox's version number, copyright, etc.;

* about:config reveals the Configuration Console, a repository with scores of customizable settings;

* about:cache displays a summary of both your memory and file cache, with a link to full file listings;

* about:buildconfig lists the compiler options that were used to create your version of Firefox;

* about:plugins enumerates your installed add-ons, which can be quite numerous since Firefox is designed to be modular and extensible;

* about:credits includes the names of hundreds of developers and testers who worked on the product