Our Security team is dead-set on obliterating all QuickTime for Windows installations and is looking to us AD guys for some help. They were hoping we would have some sort of magic uninstaller we could “make execute” on all computers via GPO, but that sounds too convoluted and failure-prone. I pointed out perhaps using a Software Execution Policy to block QuickTime for executing altogether. Can anyone think of any other creative ways to block/disable QuickTime? Modifying the file associations perhaps? They plan to garner some help from the SCCM guys as well. Thanks!
Erik Coleman Senior Manager, Enterprise Systems Technology Services at Illinois University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign