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hello I'm using a firefox script to access a web url, it's gathering weblogin url, username password etc from another server, but it fails because each time it runs firefox it launches with default firefox wizards such as importing bookmarks from IE and then a popup to check whether firefox is default browser or not.

 

how can I prevent this? what kind of code should I add?

if needed I can also share the script.

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I attached the script. It launches FF over MS terminal server. Each time with wizards...

PSMCPFirefox.au3

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Can someone at least tell me, what kind of code should I add to make AutoIT go and click on the button saying "Cancel" when firefox asks for default browser check?

I eliminated all other features, but this default browser check is always coming.

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