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Old 03-03-2009, 11:15 AM
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I found it easy enough to create a VB.Net 2005 project , publish it and have the users run the setup to install from a network server.

What I'd like to know is when there are updates to be downloaded, is there a method of eliminating the information box indicating a new version is available but install the new version all the time?

I'm very leery of allowing users to opt to not update. If we are fixing a bug that causes troubles, we want to use the fixed version.

I haven't found anything regarding this particular issue on the net even.

Thx in advance.
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