Sometimes you may need to blacklist a specific extension from being auto-installed, for example:
- the extension may not be compatible with the release of AIP Core you are using on your Node
- the extension may be known to cause specific issues for your environment
Things to be aware of before blacklisting an extension:
- you cannot blacklist a specific release of an extension, it is all releases of the extension or not at all
- the blacklist configuration is performed at Node level, not global level (i.e. all Applications), therefore if you want to blacklist an extension for all Applications managed in Console, you will need to perform this action on all Nodes
Step 1 - Edit the configuration file
Edit the following file in a text editor:
Locate or add the following lines in to the file:
Add the IDs of the extensions you want to blacklist, separated by ";", for example (note that for ≥ 2.x, you must ensure that a space exists between blacklist: and the first extension ID):
Save the file when you have completed the changes.
Step 2 - Apply configuration changes
Restart the Node Windows Service (or batch file) to ensure all changes are taken into account.