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Disabling Check for Updates button in "About Mozilla Firefox"

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We have a common server on which multiple users can log in. On this server Firefox 23.0.1 is running. To prevent anyone from updating this version I'd like to disable the button "Check for Updates" in the "About Mozilla Firefox" window for all users.

Can that be done by using a preference, which are normally stated in the mozilla.cfg file?

Are there other ways to prevent users to Check for Updates?
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Question by:adiemeer
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Please check disable auto update in Firefox
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