How to install plugin enabled
I hope this is the right forum to ask this question. I have a plugin that I have created. (XPI file). I am looking to push to a few client machines and install the plugin silently. I have administrative rights on the machines. One way I tried to do this was to create a folder in the ...\browser\extensions folder and name it with the ID of the plugin. Then I extracted the contents of the XPI file. Then I restarted the browser and the plugin was installed. However, it is disabled. Is there any way to make the plugin enabled or will the user always have to manually enable it?
I got some help on the Enterprise Group mailing list. Basically, I had to update my Mozilla.cfg file properly. (i.e. prefs for autoDisableScopes and enabledScopes)Læs dette svar i sammenhæng 0
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I got some help on the Enterprise Group mailing list. Basically, I had to update my Mozilla.cfg file properly. (i.e. prefs for autoDisableScopes and enabledScopes)
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Ah yes, thank you. Done.