This isn't a complete solution, but there is a preference setting: Notify me when an update is available. You can disable that preference setting and your users will no longer be notified that an update is available to download.
Thanks very much Phil. As it happens, Kieran Saunders from FileMaker helped me out with some tips thai afternoon which got me back on course. I had to modify the 'Assisted Install.TXT' file (part of the .MPKG file's contents) to disable Update Prompts and also the 'Check for Updates' menu item prior to installation, THEN put that installed application through the KeyServer program.
We also use Keyserver and Filemaker Pro. I'm curious how to effectively use Keyserver with FMP11 as it seems FMP has it's own network license checker now.
I would like to be able to purchase more licenses and have them controlled via the Keyserver, but it seems right now this is not possible. I called Sales (since I would have to pay for any phone tech support) and they had no notion that Keyserver even existed, so I'm not sure what I can do to proceed.
If nobody else steps forward today, and you're using FMP and KeyServer for Mac, drop me a line at the following address and I'll forward the information I got from Kieran which was very helpful.
ad327 AT mole.bio.cam.ac.uk