Posted on 2008-11-18
Last Modified: 2013-12-01

Whenever I log onto one of my Windows 2003 servers, I am greeted with a WZQPICK.exe pop up, asking me if I want to run it!

From the internet I can see that it's a Winzip program that runs in the system tray, but I can't figure how to turn it off!

Any ideas?
Question by:kam_uk

    Expert Comment

    move it (or shortcut)  from network drive to local drive.
    or remove see:
    regedit: HKLM\software\microsoft\windows\current version\run

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    Accepted Solution

    Right click Winzip in the System Tray



    Then select the option the remove it from the System Tray
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