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How do I disable the Plugin check at startup in 17.0.2 esr?

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In testing the latest 17.0.2esr I keep getting the plugin check at startup. Even logged in as a Standard user with no Admin rights I still get this page which makes no sense since Standard users do not have permissions to install software. This is supposed to be the Enterprise version of Firefox which in my mind means that all updates and controls are left to the dicretion of an Administrator and not an end user. Is this a bug in ESR? How do I eliminate this?

In testing the latest 17.0.2esr I keep getting the plugin check at startup. Even logged in as a Standard user with no Admin rights I still get this page which makes no sense since Standard users do not have permissions to install software. This is supposed to be the Enterprise version of Firefox which in my mind means that all updates and controls are left to the dicretion of an Administrator and not an end user. Is this a bug in ESR? How do I eliminate this?

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cor-el
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This can happen if there are plugins installed that are block-listed by Mozilla.

This can happen if there are plugins installed that are block-listed by Mozilla. * https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/blocked/

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Looks like I got my answer here: http://kb.mozillazine.org/Plugin_scanning

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Looks like I got my answer here: http://kb.mozillazine.org/Plugin_scanning Thanks