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It will work, but it is not officially supported.You should make sure that you're using a not so legacy version of Firefox (anything >= 4 will be mostly ok) SharePoint 2013's html is much cleaner and heavily rely on recent web standards (html5, css 3, JS) so having a good browser is mandatory to ensure the best experience. A few component might not work as ...
Did you disable the dreaded "loopback check" ? http://support.microsoft.com/kb/896861 You can fire fiddler and launch FF afterward to check which ressource is triggering the credential (first request == IIS issue, a sub request = content issue).
You have to go to your Firefox address bar and type about:config. This will bring up the internal config editor, which allows you to set all kinds of properties that influence Firefoxs behavior. Look for the key called "network.automatic-ntlm-auth.trusted-uris". Set that keys value to a comma separated list of servers you want NTLM auth for. So if your ...
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