Does anyone know if 7.0.4 should be done the same way as 7.0.3?

Can I just use the MSI and create my own MST?

Is there a simple way to get rid of the annoying "Upgrade Now" advertisement?

Why do companies insist on taking something simple and making it so difficult?


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Hi Gary,
I had the same problem and the solution is:
On your first install that upgrade now option is checked unchecked the option and save it. When you reopent the property that box should be unchecked. Under all users profile\quicktime it will create a file QuickTime.qtp. overwrite this file when you package quick time and it will resolve this issue.

My question for you...are you getting firwal authentication prompt when you launch the quicktime. It ask for user id and passwd everytime I launch this. Do you know if there is some properties that we can disable this option.

hope this will work for you //
Answered 01/23/2006 by: Result
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Try this link to Quicktime Player 7.x for instructions etc.
Answered 01/24/2006 by: Foleymon
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I recently repacked 7.0.2, used the documetation in the KB, - then used the same *.mst file on 7.0.4 - works great
Answered 01/26/2006 by: fetgor
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