When firefox needs to update on windows he asks for admin permission. That is annoying every time and the problem is that normal users can't update firefox. You need the admin password to do this.
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I can't update at all!!!
"Your browser is being managed by your organization."
I've set DisableAppUpdate in about:config to false but it still states:
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I think this was associated to a vulnerability, but since I don't use Windows, I'm not sure.
Firefox should do like Zoom app which has an option to allow auto update(non-admin user can do) when admin install the app the first time.