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Best way to install Firefox addon to network computers?

Posted on 2011-03-20
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Anyone know the best way to install Firefox addon to network computers?  We have a need to use GPO's against firefox, and have located the addon for allowing this, but not sure how to automatically deploy this.  Anyone have a good plan for doing this?
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by:docsteel
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Help!
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by:brendanmeyer
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is the addon a .msi file?
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No apparently it is an .xpi file that is normally downloaded manually from the add-ons site for Firefox...
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That looks like it could work, thank you!
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