I'd like to ensure that "check for updates" is disabled, as this package is being deployed to a network with no Internet access. I opened the MSI with Orca to create a transform, but none of the options I see jump out at me as disabling this function. Searching didn't turn anything up, so can anyone lend a hand?
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After launching the application take capture of the setting of the updates. Most probably there will be ini or xml files which are responsible for this settings. You can include that file in your package.
Answered 09/09/2011 by: naveen.packager
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You could always try the V9 properties, detailed in the 'Package KB' (your first port of call in future, obviously)
Answered 09/09/2011 by: VBScab
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You could always try the V9 properties, detailed in the 'Package KB' (your first port of call in future, obviously)


I tried that stuff... and Dragon immediately prompted me to download updates.

Clearly, 9 is different from 11. I'm hoping to get an answer from someone who has successfully deployed 11.
Answered 09/09/2011 by: jnojr
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After launching the application take capture of the setting of the updates.


How would I go about doing that?
Answered 09/09/2011 by: jnojr
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After launching the aplication take a first snapshot(using tools like picture taker, installwatch etc), change the update settings in the application and then take a second snapshot. You may get files or regestries which are responsible for these settings. You can include them in your package.
Answered 09/09/2011 by: naveen.packager
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