There is a way to bundle FireFox with a fixed list of extensions and that users won't be able to install/uninstall them after ? A big company with lots of IE6 search a way to do that, they'are afraid about extensions and security if users can install anything.
There are a number of potential options for this, some, however, will depend upon your environment. if you have A Windows domain, for example, you could look as applications such as:
Another option is:
A good place to start would be:
You can install extensions globally, using the following command line:
path\to\firefox\firefox.exe -install-global-extension path\to\extension\file.xpi
This will insall the addon for all users. Users will be able to disable the addon, but cannot uninstall it.
It is also possible to customize the installer to change the default user profile, and to lock machine-wide settings. Basically anything which can be configured in
about:config can be configured that way. Google around for "customized firefox install". I can post some links later if you have trouble with it.
I know there is an addon that does that: