[wpkg-users] Firefox extensions

Denis Witt denis.witt at concepts-and-training.de
Wed Sep 25 17:43:01 CEST 2013

On Wed, 25 Sep 2013 12:26:48 +0200
Matej Kovacic <matej.kovacic at owca.info> wrote:

> Now I want to install some addons for all users. Namely: AdBlock+,
> HTTPS Everywhere, Better Privacy, Ghostery, and some other privacy
> oriented addons.


this is what I do to have XPIs installed (and silently) activated:

1. Create the file "extensions.js", content follows:

pref("extensions.autoDisableScopes", 11);
pref("extensions.shownSelectionUI", true);

2. Unpack all .xpi-Files you want to deploy to some folder, the result
should look like this:

firebug at software.joehewitt.com

3. Use wpkg or some other tool, to copy "extension.js" to
"@ProgramFilesDir\Mozilla Firefox\defaults\preferences\extensions.js"
(You might have to create the directory first.)

4. Copy the unpacked .xpi-File-Content to "@ProgramFilesDir\Mozilla

The result should be that those Extensions are available to all
users on the machine without any user interaction when they start

Best regards
Denis Witt

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