I know this has been discussed before but both suggestions are not working for me. I am trying to disable the QuickTime Pro nag screen pop up. Any advise

[HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Apple Computer, Inc.\QuickTime]

"To get rid of the nag screen asking you to 'upgrade to quicktime pro':
Install the application, then set the date forward 10 or so years. Then run the application, and hit ' LATER ' on the nag screen. Now close the player, and the date will be stored in the QuickTime.QTP file located under Documents And Settings/All Users/Application Data/Quicktime. Change your date back to normal and that screen is history :)

Now include the QTP file in your distribution (as described above), and the users wont see that nag screen for 10 or so years.
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