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How do I create a GPO to disable Adobe Pro from opening a PDF file in the browser?

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I want to create a GPO that will prevent a PDF file from opening in a browser
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Browser is quite vague definition.
In IE one must blacklist Add-On via registry entries pushed through GPO
In Firefox you can install pdf.js addon and acrobat plugin will never kick in
Or disable via default config javascripts.
Only chrome is manageable via GPO directly:
http://www.chromium.org/administrators/policy-templates
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