OK, we use the last 2019 non-subscription version and suddenly notice a pop-up for the users which refer to an upgrade.
Of course the users can't do it since this is an enterprise environment with centrally controlled roll-out.
I wonder how this is triggered and how it can be deactivated.
There is no autostart entry and no task-scheduler-entry not is there an check-for-updates option on the users side (which is ok)
We just need to get rid of it.
Not sure this will work in an enterprise environment but try this:Normally, in "C:\Users\ <username> \AppData\Roaming\Corel", there is a folder called "Messages".Move/rename/delete this folder and create an empty text document named "Messages" (without file name extension).Don't know exactly how it works but this seems to help preventing these messages from popping up.
I'll keep an eye on it .- thanks a lot
I guess your workaround just blocks the folder. I can live with that "dirty" solution ;-)