Hi everyone,

I've a quick question can K1000 uninstall a window update/patches or any software installed over 1000++ workstation ? If yes, could anyone provide a guideline how to do so ?

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You can do two things. You can create a "Rollback" schedule. The patch will still need to be active, and given a label. Select your machines you want to run it against, and set the schedule.

You can also create a MI or script to run "wusa". More info can be found about this command by typing "wusa /?" (without quotes) in a CMD prompt. You have the option to run a /uninstall switch.

Answered 07/11/2013 by: dugullett
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  • For a rollback schedule, the patch itself must support rollback. Not all do.

    I wrote this up for an install using wusa, uninstall shouldn't be much different: http://www.itninja.com/blog/view/deploy-a-microsoft-hotfix-using-a-managed-install-in-the-k1000
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I've deployed and uininstalled software on 3000+ machines using the k1200.

Answered 07/11/2013 by: ms01ak
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