I ve to package a ctrlPrint 5.0.2.33 plugin to adobe incopy CS3. After installing that plugin exe , in adobe incopy window plugin will add two tabs called ctrl and ctrlPrint if we press ctrl tan than there is a feature called check for updates and i have to disable this update so pls suggest me how to do it ? no reg entry ,no update reg ,no xlm file for update is there.
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It sounds, then, like that option is hard-coded in the EXE/DLL, not uncommon. Your best bet is to talk to the vendor.

Now that you've posted a new thread, can you delete your thread-hijacking post in this thread http://itninja.com/question/disable-check-for-updates-in-outlook-client-2007, please?
Answered 10/13/2009 by: VBScab
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I would try to make a Diff
1. Install the Software including the plugin - than 1.Snapshot
2. disable check for updates - now the 2. Snapshot
3. compare the snapshots - there should be a regkey you can use.
Answered 10/13/2009 by: goldi158
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Didn't the OP already say no reg entry ,no update reg ,no xlm file for update is there?
Answered 10/14/2009 by: VBScab
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Hi

I´m not sure but I belive I had to remove the file CtrlUpdater.pln to disable the check for update. Maybe worth trying...
Answered 10/14/2009 by: Ninni
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Yes, he did that didn't he? at first i thought he was talking about office and i know the reskit has a way to do that.

BTW, like your new sig.
Peace out, man.

to the op: make sure you check the user profiles and hidden dirs. some apps (dare I say jre?) are kind enough to name their update apps something identifiable, do a search for *upd* on the installdir and see if you can find any files like that to omit/delete from the install.
if it's hard coded in the main EXE you're SOL, you've got a crappy app. that's why it's good to have locked down workstations.
Answered 10/14/2009 by: aogilmor
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did you try Anita's suggestion. If so please let her know and rate post.
Answered 10/14/2009 by: aogilmor
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