We use BlueJeans in an AD domain environment. When using Firefox to join a Browser meeting for the first time, or if there's been an upgrade, the plug-in Download, Save, and Install process causes Windows Firewall to pop up the window with the three checkboxes to allow traffic through on "Domain" (pre-checked) and I think "Public" and "Private" (default un-checked, and that's fine as these are generally classroom computers). In order to click through this window ("Unblock" or "Allow" - Can't recall exactly what the affirmation is) the user is prompted for an Administrator password. I know that after a plug-in upgrade, sometimes we see this prompt, and sometimes we don't. Is there a setting somewhere in Firefox, or an alternate plug-in, that would avoid this prompting for the Firewall access? The problem is - there are very few people available to come around and put in their admin passwords to allow the install to finish, and this prompt generally comes up right before a meeting a user is trying to join is about to start.