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<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
<policyDefinitionResources revision="1.0" schemaVersion="1.0" >
<displayName/>
<description/>
<resources >
<stringTable >
<string id="SUPPORTED_WINXPSP2">Microsoft Windows XP SP2 or later</string>
<string id="SUPPORTED_TB68">Thunderbird 68 or later</string>
<string id="thunderbird">Thunderbird</string>
<string id="Extensions_group">Extensions</string>
<string id="Addons_group">Addons</string>
<string id="Certificates_group">Certificates</string>
<string id="BlockAboutAddons">Block Add-ons Manager</string>
<string id="BlockAboutAddons_Explain" >If this policy is enabled, the user cannot access the Add-ons Manager or about:addons.
If this policy is disabled or not configured, the user can access the Add-ons Manager and about:addons.</string>
<string id="BlockAboutConfig">Block about:config</string>
<string id="BlockAboutConfig_Explain">If this policy is enabled, the user cannot access about:config.
If this policy is disabled or not configured, the user can access about:config.</string>
<string id="BlockAboutProfiles">Block about:profiles</string>
<string id="BlockAboutProfiles_Explain">If this policy is enabled, the user cannot access about:profiles.
If this policy is disabled or not configured, the user can access about:profiles.</string>
<string id="AppUpdateURL">Custom Update URL</string>
<string id="AppUpdateURL_Explain">If this policy is enabled, you can set a URL to an update server other than the default. This could be helpful if you run your own update server on your network.
If this policy is disabled or not configured, the default update URL is used.</string>
<string id="Certificates_ImportEnterpriseRoots">Import Enterprise Roots</string>
<string id="Certificates_ImportEnterpriseRoots_Explain">If this policy is enabled, Thunderbird will read certificates from the Windows certificate store.
If this policy is disabled or not configured, Thunderbird will not read certificates from the Windows certificate store.</string>
<string id="Certificates_Install">Install Certificates</string>
<string id="Certificates_Install_Explain">If this policy is enabled, Thunderbird will install the listed certificates into Thunderbird. It will look in %USERPROFILE%\AppData\Local\Thunderbird\Certificates and %USERPROFILE%\AppData\Roaming\Thunderbird\Certificates.
If this policy is disabled or not configured, Thunderbird will not install additional certificates.</string>
<string id="DisableAppUpdate">Disable Update</string>
<string id="DisableAppUpdate_Explain">If this policy is enabled, Thunderbird does not receive updates.
If this policy is disabled or not configured, Thunderbird receives updates.</string>
<string id="DisableDeveloperTools">Disable Developer Tools</string>
<string id="DisableDeveloperTools_Explain">If this policy is enabled, developer tools are not available within Thunderbird.
If this policy is disabled or not configured, developer tools are available within Thunderbird.</string>
<string id="DisableMasterPasswordCreation">Disable Master Password Creation</string>
<string id="DisableMasterPasswordCreation_Explain">If this policy is enabled, users cannot create a master password.
If this policy is disabled or not configured, users can create a master password.</string>
<string id="DisableSecurityBypass_InvalidCertificate">Prevent overriding certificate errors</string>
<string id="DisableSecurityBypass_InvalidCertificate_Explain">If this policy is enabled, the &quot;Add Exception&quot; button is not available when a certificate is invalid. This prevents the user from overriding the certificate error.
If this policy is disabled or not configured, certificate errors can be overridden.</string>
<string id="DisableSecurityBypass_SafeBrowsing">Prevent overriding safe browsing errors</string>
<string id="DisableSecurityBypass_SafeBrowsing_Explain">If this policy is enabled, a user cannot bypass the warning and visit a harmful site.
If this policy is disabled or not configured, a user can choose to visit a harmful site.</string>
<string id="Extensions_Install">Extensions to Install</string>
<string id="Extensions_Install_Explain">If this policy is enabled, you can specify a list of extension URLs or paths that will be installed when Thunderbird is started.
Anytime this list is changed, the extensions will be reinstalled.
If this policy is disabled or not configured, no extensions are installed.</string>
<string id="Extensions_Uninstall">Extensions to Uninstall</string>
<string id="Extensions_Uninstall_Explain">If this policy is enabled, you can specify a list of extension IDs that will be uninstalled.
Anytime this list is changed, the extensions will be uninstalled.
If this policy is disabled or not configured, no extensions are uninstalled.</string>
<string id="Extensions_Locked">Prevent extensions from being disabled or removed</string>
<string id="Extensions_Locked_Explain">If this policy is enabled, you can specify a list of extension IDs that the user will be unable to uninstall or disable.
If this policy is disabled or not configured, no extensions are locked</string>
<string id="ExtensionUpdate">Extension Update</string>
<string id="ExtensionUpdate_Explain">If this policy is disabled, extensions will not be updated automatically.
If this policy is enabled or not configured, extensions will be updated automatically.</string>
<string id="ExtensionSettings">Extension Management</string>
<string id="ExtensionSettings_Explain">If this policy is enabled, you can use JSON to describe the extension management policy.
If this policy is disabled or not configured, extensions will not be managed.</string>
<string id="Proxy">Proxy Settings</string>
<string id="Proxy_Explain">If this policy is enabled, you can configure and lock network settings.
Select the connection type and then fill in the appropriate sections. Due to a bug, you must select a value for the SOCKS proxy version.
If this policy is disabled or not configured, the default network settings are used and user can change them.</string>
<string id="SOCKSVersion4">SOCKS v4</string>
<string id="SOCKSVersion5">SOCKS v5</string>
<string id="AutoConfigURL">Automatic proxy configuration URL</string>
<string id="AutoConfigURL_Explain">These should only be set if you selected autoConfig</string>
<string id="Passthrough">Proxy bypass URLs</string>
<string id="Passthrough_Explain">These should only be set if you selected manual proxy</string>
<string id="Connection">Connection Type</string>
<string id="NoProxy">No Proxy</string>
<string id="SystemProxy">Use system proxy settings</string>
<string id="ManualProxy">Manual proxy configuration</string>
<string id="AutoDetectProxy">Auto-detect proxy settings</string>
<string id="AutoConfigProxy">Automatic proxy configuration</string>
</stringTable>
<presentationTable>
<presentation id="AppUpdateURL">
<textBox refId="AppUpdateURL">
<label>URL:</label>
</textBox>
</presentation>
<presentation id="Proxy">
<checkBox refId="ProxyLocked">Don't allow proxy settings to be changed.</checkBox>
<text>Connection Type:</text>
<dropdownList refId="ConnectionType"/>
<text>HTTP Proxy:</text>
<textBox refId="HTTPProxy">
<label/>
</textBox>
<checkBox refId="UseHTTPProxyForAllProtocols">Use this proxy server for all protocols.</checkBox>
<text>SSL Proxy:</text>
<textBox refId="SSLProxy">
<label/>
</textBox>
<text>FTP Proxy:</text>
<textBox refId="FTPProxy">
<label/>
</textBox>
<text>SOCKS Host:</text>
<textBox refId="SOCKSProxy">
<label/>
</textBox>
<text>SOCKS Version:</text>
<dropdownList refId="SOCKSVersion"/>
<text>No proxy for</text>
<textBox refId="Passthrough">
<label/>
</textBox>
<text>Example: .mozilla.org, .net.nz, 192.168.1.0/24</text>
<text>Automatic proxy configuration URL:</text>
<textBox refId="AutoConfigURL">
<label/>
</textBox>
<checkBox refId="AutoLogin">Do not prompt for authentication if password is saved.</checkBox>
<checkBox refId="UseProxyForDNS">Proxy DNS when using SOCKS v5.</checkBox>
</presentation>
<presentation id="Certificates_Install">
<listBox refId="Certificates_Install"/>
</presentation>
<presentation id="Extensions">
<listBox refId="Extensions"/>
</presentation>
<presentation id="ExtensionSettings">
<multiTextBox refId="ExtensionSettings"/>
</presentation>
</presentationTable>
</resources>
</policyDefinitionResources>
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