I'm uninstalling SQL Server Integtation Services 2008 from my machines remotely. I have a script that I'm pushiing remotely via SCCM:

"C:\Program Files\Microsoft SQL Server\100\Setup Bootstrap\release\Setup.exe" /Action=Uninstall /FEATURES=IS /Q

Easy enough. It worked correctly on 540 of 600 machines. The last 60 wont work. I have remoted into a few and run the command manually, with no luck. I have even tried using msiexec.exe /x with the guid. My question is how else can I get rid of it without having to reimage the machines?

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Add verbose logging to the MSIEXEC command line. That will tell you why the uninstallation has failed.
Answered 06/17/2016 by: VBScab
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