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How do I create a shortcut that uninstalls my .MSI based application and include it in my installation?
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- Guidelines state (if I'm not mistaken) that you should not include a shortcut to remove the installation.
Nevertheless you could create a shortcut (not advertised) which has
as a target. As arguments it should have:
And for a silent uninstall you could use:
/X [ProductCode] /QB-
For more information about msiexec parameters execute
Answered 09/19/2007 by:
you could also look at authoring the upgrade table to automagically handle removal of other applications.
lookup these in the SDK
Answered 09/20/2007 by:
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