Following this question about Windows Domain Authentication with Firefox, does FF support using wildcards in the URI's? I'm not finding anything where it mentions support either way.
Just to expand on redbeard0x0a's answer, it seems that it's matching based on the end of the string, not a sub string. So, if you have a company domain like "mycompany.com" with servers like svn.mycompany.com, sharepoint.mycompany.com, mail.mycompany.com, you could modify the
network.automatic-ntlm-auth.trusted-uris within about:config to:
or just include them all and any other internal servers by doing:
I don't know if I understand the question correctly, but I'm thinking you are trying to use a wildcard in the network.authentication-ntlm-auth.trusted-uris inside firefox's config.
I think everything is matched on a sub-string (internally it seems to work like
*example.local*, so having the domain
example.local you would put
example.local in the configuration, for example:
If you end up having a url of
http://server1.example.local/, it should trigger the
example.local entry for trusted-uris and seamlessly send over NTLM authentication.