puppet-installation of bonfire

I intend to install bonfire on the IE, FF and Chrome browsers of all my colleagues. For FF and Chrome, I didn't find a handy way to automatically install these plugins through Loginscript/Puppet/GPO. And for IE, I found out that - performing the installation in silent mode („msiexec /i bonfire.msi /quiet“ as SYSTEM-User during system startup via puppet), not all installation steps are being done. This results in some of the add-ons being missed or deactivated after the installation. Users then first of all have to go to the add-on section and find and activate those (multiple) add-ons. A safe way to ensure a low acceptance right from the start ;-)

Who has already rolled out bonfire for IE in a windows network and how?

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Since all the new browsers releases comes with some kind of Add-on installation protection, I believe that unattended installations are not possible in some cases. Maybe Chrome Developers documentation give us some help on this: https://developer.chrome.com/extensions/packaging.html.

Lucas Lima

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