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Would anyone have a solution for removing or disabling "Check for Updates" in FileZilla 3.0.11.1 during packing with installshield?

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The only method I know about to disable updates is to compile the program yourself with the -disable-manualupdatecheck option. Here is a website that will assist you in setting up a build environment to compile filezilla from the source under Windows. http://wiki.filezilla-project.org/Compiling_FileZilla_3_under_Windows#Setting_up_the_build_environment
Answered 07/24/2008 by: joedown
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check out:

filezilla.xml (Vista => %UserProfile%\AppData\Roaming\FileZilla\filezilla.xml) XP => search for it using:
cmd.exe => c: => cd \ => dir filezilla.xml /s

change
<Setting name="Update Check" type="number">1</Setting>
to:
<Setting name="Update Check" type="number">0</Setting>
Answered 10/23/2008 by: itsChris
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%UserProfile%\AppData\Roaming\FileZilla\filezilla.xml should be minimum as following:

<?xml version="1.0"?>
-<FileZilla3 platform="windows" version="3.16.1">
-<Settings>
<Setting name="Config Location">%UserProfile%\AppData\Roaming\FileZilla\</Setting>
<Setting name="Kiosk mode">0</Setting>
<Setting name="Disable update check">1</Setting>
<Setting name="Greeting version">9.9.9</Setting>
<Setting name="Update Check">0</Setting>
<Setting name="Last automatic update check">2020-05-02 16:45:08</Setting>
</Settings>
</FileZilla3>

Update your file to correspond version (mine was 3.16.1 at the time), and set Last update date further away 
Answered 05/02/2016 by: alex1372
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