TMP (nnn is a random number) copy the files in the %temp%\IXPnnn. Turns out it contains a number of MSI packages and an exe called Setup The MSI called i has a property called SCHEDULE_ASUW, which I'm pretty sure stands for Schedule Apple Software Update Wizard...
TMP directory to another directory and terminate the installation. so I'm thinking giving this a value of 0 is the key to turning off updates.
This component is required for i Tunes to sync and manage mobile devices.
NO_ASUW=1 DonÃ¢Â€Â™t install Apple Software Update for Windows. DonÃ¢Â€Â™t omit Quick Time unless youÃ¢Â€Â™re sure the client computer already has the latest version installed." So from Altiris I just had "NO_ASUW=1", that seemed to run ok in the background but then I got a message "Apple Application Support is not install", even with just "" I go this error. I simply 1 unpacked the installation 2 deleted the Apple software update msi 3 zipped it up with an that calls the remaining msi installers 4 uploaded to KACE 5 was rather pleased (I do the same for quicktime which unlike itunes is on all my computers) I have never had trouble from this.
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