Hello.

I'm having troubles with silent uninstallation of Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011. The "Uninstall string" from registy points to .exe file, and starts a user's interface to choose between "repair" nad "uininstall". I cannot find a way to choose "uninstall" by default, and run it in silent mode. Parameters "/uninstall /q" makes triggers repair (!).

Uninstallation by product code using msiexec /x command gives "erros 1603".

My system is Windows 7, all actions are being made with Administartor's account.

Has anyone faced same issue before? What might be some other way to uninstall an application in silent mode?

BR, Lucas.

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Gratz! Wonderful installer to work with! *ironic*

Anyway, I did this a while back and found that the following command line worked for me.

"%PROGRAMFILES%\Microsoft Dynamics CRM\Client\SetupClient.exe" /ALLOWRUN /X /Q

Answered 06/07/2012 by: andemats
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  • Well, not actually the whole truth.
    This is my uninstaller:
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    "%PROGRAMFILES%\Microsoft Dynamics CRM\Client\SetupClient.exe" /ALLOWRUN /X /Q
    REG DELETE HKLM\SOFTWARE\NICROSOFT\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run /v MSCRM /f
    RD "%PROGRAMFILES%\Microsoft Dynamics CRM" /S /Q
  • That got it. Awesome. Thanks.
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I confirm, it's working:

 

"09:56:56|   Info| Uninstall of Microsoft Dynamics CRM for Outlook succeeded.
09:56:56|   Info| Clean up the BITS downloader.

09:56:56|   Info| Clean up the BITS downloader.
"

 

Thank you very much.

Answered 06/08/2012 by: lucasour
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Another good trick for uninstalling many things is to use the registry GUID.  In the uninstall section you may see a GUID like this.  

If the values under that GUID are representative of the program you want to uninstall you can utilize the foloowing command structure to uninstall.

MSIEXEC.EXE /X {GUID_GOES_HERE} /QN to silently uninstall the program.  
Answered 08/12/2015 by: WhitzEnd
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Make sure you have Outlook closed or it will never uninstall. It will report error code = 0 but it will still be there.
Answered 12/10/2014 by: kool68
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Hi Everyone,

I've just recently had a problem with this CRM 2011 x86 silent uninstaller. I was not able to deploy an uninstall script using SCCM 2012. I kept getting errors with every attempt.

I came up with a solution after multiple unsuccessful attempts.

With CRM 2011 x86 Client already installed, I first ran the uninstaller SetupClient.exe /x /l C:\crmuninstall.log

I then saw this msiexec reference in the log file I had captured:

<msiexec /x "C:\Windows\Installer\1b51e862.msi" /q INSTALLLEVEL="3" INSTALLTYPE="UNINSTALL" REMOVE="ALL" SOURCEFOLDER="C:\Windows\Installer" TARGETDIR="C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Dynamics CRM" INSTALLDIR="C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Dynamics CRM" /l+ "c:\crm50clientmsi.log" LOGFILE="c:\crm50clientmsi.log"    ALLOWRUN="1" REBOOT=ReallySuppress NOSELECTION=1>

What I did next was locate this temporary file 1b51e862.msi (the file name may be different), rename it (mine was renamed to uninstallcrm.msi) and copy to a network share. 

I then created a cmd file with the following and placed on the same share as the msi file.

msiexec /x "%~dp0uninstallcrm.msi" /q INSTALLLEVEL="3" INSTALLTYPE="UNINSTALL" REMOVE="ALL" SOURCEFOLDER="\\share\yourshare" TARGETDIR="C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Dynamics CRM" INSTALLDIR="C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Dynamics CRM" /l+ "c:\crm50clientmsi.log" LOGFILE="c:\crm50clientmsi.log" ALLOWRUN="1" REBOOT=ReallySuppress NOSELECTION=1

RD "%PROGRAMFILES(x86)%\Microsoft Dynamics CRM" /S /Q

I ran the cmd file after mapping the share using net use.

After testing and making sure it worked I then created a package in SCCM to deploy this uninstaller to my test environment.

There may be some other steps to fully remove the software, but this has seemed to have worked so far.

I hope this helps!





Answered 08/07/2015 by: jimipercy
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