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Deploy without "Create PDF" Firefox extension on Mac?

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Dec 02, 2016

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I'm using the Acrobat Customization Wizard for Mac and I selected "Disable PDF Rendering in browsers" and also "Enable Feature Lockdown" with a plist file that has cServices>bUpdater disabled.  That all works great; the browser plugins are omitted and all the cloud services are disabled.

However, it still installs an extension for Firefox named "Adobe Acrobat DC - Create PDF 15" that asks for permission to be enabled for every new user that opens Firefox.  Adobe talks about the extension here.  How can I deploy Acrobat DC on a Mac without the extension?

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Deploy without "Create PDF" Firefox extension on Mac?

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I'm using the Acrobat Customization Wizard for Mac and I selected "Disable PDF Rendering in browsers" and also "Enable Feature Lockdown" with a plist file that has cServices>bUpdater disabled.  That all works great; the browser plugins are omitted and all the cloud services are disabled.

However, it still installs an extension for Firefox named "Adobe Acrobat DC - Create PDF 15" that asks for permission to be enabled for every new user that opens Firefox.  Adobe talks about the extension here.  How can I deploy Acrobat DC on a Mac without the extension?

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Dec 16, 2016

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JasonNVSD,

  Since you are probably creating a chained installation to get to the latest version of Acrobat DC similar to this video​, the way you would do this is as the last event in a Post Install Shell script.  What you would need to do in your shell script is to remove everything in the Mozilla Extensions folder at this location:

/Library/Application Support/Mozilla/Extensions

Hope that this helps.

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