I can now install QuickTimePlayer in silent mode but once completed and I start the app up I am prompted with a dialog "do you want to associate files with QuickTime?" Can I silence this via a MSI Property and if Yes what is the Property and it's value?
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After Quicktime have been installed, open it for the first time, set all the parameters you need and make a copy of this file:

%ALLUSERSPROFILE%\Local Settings\Application Data\Apple Computer\Quicktime\Quicktime.qtp

You will have to deploy this file along your Quicktime installation. Take a look at this:

http://www.itninja.com/question/quicktime-7-5-turning-off-updates-help
Answered 03/27/2012 by: Mencaliss
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  • I did exactly that. and in my custom .qtp file I checked the following boxes: "Automatically play movies when opened" & "Use high quality video when available"

    When I install QuickTime and copy in my new .qtp file these 2 settings are no longer checked. All of my other custom settings I put into my .qtp file are there (dont' check for updates)

    What can cause that?
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