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How do I disable the "Check forUpdates" Feature\Button in Help-About?
We are a large Government enterprise entity, over 5000 devices. Is an IT technical administrator, we need to gain complete control over updates through our enterprise distribution tools, we do not want users doing any updates. I have already done all the config tweaks to disable automatic updates, but those do not disable the "Check for Updates" feature\button in Help - About. How do I also disable that feature?
I realize Mozilla has come out and basically blown off requests to develop an enterprise version that has an "IEAK" if you will. That will ultimately keep you from exploiting all large enterprises, including Government. We currently only allow FF on 300 devices out of 5000 only for some specific applications. If you had a more enterprise friendly version that could be easily locked down, configured and deployed via an administrative kit, FF might be our default browser, but until then, IE will rule the enterprise market as a default browser, especially in Government enterprises.
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You can lock the related app.update pref(s)
You can use these functions in mozilla.cfg:
defaultPref(); // set new default value pref(); // set pref, but allow changes in current session lockPref(); // lock pref, disallow changes
Thanks, but I already have the two items below locked down, they have no impact on the "Check for Updates" button in Help - About. Any other ideas? That feature must be located somewhere...
Maybe lock the app.update.url pref to an empty string.
Then Firefox can't check for updates.
There is an #adminDisabled hbox present in that part of the about window, but I don't know how to make that display.