First and foremost, hello everyone! I am new to the boards and looking to endulge in the plethera of knowledge you all have available.

I have performed a search and have yet to yield any results in regards to the issue i have at hand. Through out our enterprise we use a wide variety of applications, we also use alot of citrix. The applications that we have published through citrix HATE any PCL 6 drivers that may be installed. What i am looking to do using Enteo is package up an uninstaller for any PCL 6 driver that may be on that box. Probably an eScript package. We definately have to keep in mind, that if the driver is in fact in use, how will it uninstall? Has anyone run into an issue like this, does anyone have any input in regards to this?

I would greatly appreciate the assistance.
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Answered 03/05/2010 by: IrRelevant
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You might want to look at using a script to do this. There are tons of scripts and info out there for installing and uninstalling printers and drivers. An msi does not have any native ability to uninstall all PCL6 drivers on a PC. Rather you will probably need to create a custom action that would run a script to do the uninstall. This might get you some more answers now.
Answered 03/05/2010 by: joedown
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One of the XP SPs installed a bunch of print control scripts:


Check these out. Once you have the command line syntax down, run the relevant script as a Custom Action in the Execute Deferred sequence. Remember to condition the CA with REMOVE~="ALL" so that it only runs on uninstallation.
Answered 03/06/2010 by: VBScab
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