Has anyone been able to silently uninstall Dreamweaver CS4 using SCCM. I've found two registry entries for Dreamweaver that are suppposed to be uninstall strings but neither of them work.

Here are the two strings.

MsiExec.exe /I{30C8AA56-4088-426F-91D1-0EDFD3A25678}

C:\Program Files\Common Files\Adobe\Installers\acce07fd2c8fe7f9e3f26243e626578\Setup.exe --uninstall=1
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Just a wild guess:
msiexec.exe /x{30C8AA56-4088-426F-91D1-0EDFD3A25678} /qb
(Add /l*v c:\uninst-dw.log to get an unistall log.)

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Answered 09/11/2010 by: mikkojarvinen
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'/qb' isn't totally silent: you get a non-modal dialog box with a 'Cancel' button. For total silence, use '/qn'.
Answered 09/12/2010 by: VBScab
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I've tried both the /I and /X switches and neither of them work.
Answered 09/13/2010 by: ptbutler
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did you put /qn after the GUID?
Answered 09/13/2010 by: kardock
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did you put /qn after the GUID? Irrelevant, I'm afraid. The order of switches makes no difference.neither of them work.That doesn't help anyone much. What didn't work? Did it not uninstall, in which case, what does a verbose log tell you failed? Did it uninstall but not silently?
Answered 09/13/2010 by: VBScab
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you're rigth VBScab, but i meant to ask if /qn was there at all. he only mentionned trying /i & /x.
Answered 09/13/2010 by: kardock
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