On 11/04/2016 05:09 AM, Jonathan Billings wrote: > On Thu, Nov 03, 2016 at 10:10:20AM +0000, James Pearson wrote: >> >> It shows up when I run Firefox - in both about:plugins and about:addons -> >> Plugins >> >> If you use a central Mozilla autoconfig file setup - see, for example: >> >> >> <https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/Firefox/Enterprise_deployment#Configuration> >> >> then you can use the following line to disable this plug-in: >> >> lockPref("plugin.state.librhythmbox-itms-detection-plugin", 0); >> >> (and similar lines to disable any other plug-in) >> >> James Pearson > > With all the talk about deleting a packaged file or rebuilding a base > package, I'm surprised no one has noticed this solution. The above is > most likely the best solution. Easy to deploy through CM, won't be > overwritten with package updates, and is the best for "Enterprise" > customers (who deploy to hundreds or thousands of computers). > > I'm already using something similar to change the default home page. > Thank you, that looks like what I originally was seeking - a way to blacklist the plugin. It's still a bit puzzling that there isn't a checkbox next to plugins in the Preferences pane. I gather FireFox is planning to get rid of plugin support altogether so soon it may not be an issue.