I am familiar with the general technique of locking down various features of Firefox (using the "lockpref" directive in the "mozilla.cfg" file, and setting up a "local-settings.js" file). Through various searches, and also some before/after observation of values in about:config, I have been able to determine how to lock down most of the settings I am interested in, and those are all working quite well.
However, two areas really seem to be eluding me - namely, always forcing Firefox to "Remember history", and also, making sure that access to the Add-Ons feature is locked out. It would be ideal if the Tools -> Add-Ons menu item were just grayed out (inaccessible), but even if it can't easily be taken that far, I just want to make sure that no one mucks around with the Add-Ons (ie. no adding new ones, or updating - or even deleting - existing ones).
I will be managing the Firefox installation, and will keep the Add-Ons up-to-date once I have regression tested them.
If anyone knows the about:config values for these things, I would be most appreciative. Or, if someone knows of a comprehensive listing of which about:config values correspond to what UI elements, that would be great too/instead. Trial and error works, but it is very tedious :-). And, I find it difficult to keep up with which config values are (still) active in any given version, and which ones no longer have any effect.
By the way - this happens to be for Firefox v27. If you have info about v28, that would be fine too (upgrading to v28 is an option). I'm not interested in v29/v30 though, as I have tried using the Australis interface and I have to say that I am not a fan of that look-n-feel.