I need to create a Global uninstaller for all version of AutoCAD since about version 2003
For the full version & LT version

But I only have the GUID's for these 2 versions.
"{5783F2D7-7009-0409-0002-0060B0CE6BBA}", "AutoCad 2009 LT"
"{5783F2D7-8001-0409-0002-0060B0CE6BBA}", AutoCAD 2010

Can anybody help me with the rest of them.

I don't have access to the CD/Media to install them either.

I check Autodesk web site - they aren't much help - they said to use Add/Remove Programs.
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ORIGINAL: fubarsnafu2004

I check Autodesk web site - they aren't much help - they said to use Add/Remove Programs.


Yes, that's correct. You can take help of the deployment tools you may have in your environment to find out all the GUID's for Autocad. The search query can typically look for the keyword 'Autocad' at HKLM\Software\Microsoft\Windows\Current version\Uninstall. It'll provide you with Product Codes of different versions.
Answered 06/27/2011 by: SandeepPanat
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In your position, I'd probably build a script (or query, if you have something like SCCM) to wander the estate grabbing these from machines' registry.
Answered 06/28/2011 by: VBScab
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As said you'll need to get the product codes from the registry. Remember there are multiple installers for AutoCAD. So an uninstall for 2011 needs the following, with AcadLP.msi always last.

'Acad.msi = {5783F2D7-9001-0409-0002-0060B0CE6BBA}
'faro_ls.msi = {951B0F30-9F1A-4BF6-B3DA-99EB0E917B1C}
'ProteinMaterials.msi = {9DEABCB6-B759-4D52-92F8-51B34A2B4D40}
'BaseImageLibrary.msi = {CD1E078C-A6B9-47DA-B035-6365C85C7832}
'AcadLP.msi = {5783F2D7-9001-0409-1002-0060B0CE6BBA}
'SetupDesignReview2011.msi = {8D20B4D7-3422-4099-9332-39F27E617A6F}

Set WshShell = CreateObject("WScript.Shell")

' Remove each installed product via it's Product Code

sCmdLine = "msiexec /x {8D20B4D7-3422-4099-9332-39F27E617A6F} /qn"
WshShell.Run sCmdLine,1,True

sCmdLine = "msiexec /x {951B0F30-9F1A-4BF6-B3DA-99EB0E917B1C} /qn"
WshShell.Run sCmdLine,1,True

sCmdLine = "msiexec /x {9DEABCB6-B759-4D52-92F8-51B34A2B4D40} /qn"
WshShell.Run sCmdLine,1,True

sCmdLine = "msiexec /x {CD1E078C-A6B9-47DA-B035-6365C85C7832} /qn"
WshShell.Run sCmdLine,1,True

sCmdLine = "msiexec /x {5783F2D7-9001-0409-0002-0060B0CE6BBA} /qn"
RetVal = WshShell.Run(sCmdLine,1,True)

sCmdLine = "msiexec /x {5783F2D7-9001-0409-1002-0060B0CE6BBA} /qn"
WshShell.Run sCmdLine,1,True
Answered 06/28/2011 by: tmpamlrs
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Spectacular code re-use...
Answered 06/28/2011 by: VBScab
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