I am trying to uninstall Facebook messenger on a few systems in my office using the K1000. I have tried with Distribution>Managed Install and through Scripting>Configuration Policy>Uninstaller Wizard. MsiExec.exe /qn /X{7204BDEE-1A48-4D95-A964-44A9250B439E} is the command I'm using through both. That same command works when I try to do it locally on the machine from the command prompt or through a batch file. Anyone know if uninstalling through msiexec actually works on the Kbox?

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try msiexec.exe /x INSTALL.msi /qn or  MsiExec.exe /X{7204BDEE-1A48-4D95-A964-44A9250B439E} /qn

Answered 07/29/2013 by: Nico_K
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  • I tried MsiExec.exe /X{7204BDEE-1A48-4D95-A964-44A9250B439E} /qn but that doesn't seem to work either. By install.msi do you mean the original install msi for that application?
  • > that doesn't seem to work
    Could you be a little more vague in your diagnosis?

    Re-run the uninstall but use the 'verbose log' argument, (/l*v %SystemRoot%\TEMP\[some_logfile_name.LOG]). Then find the text "return value 3" in the resulting log file. In the dozen or so lines above that text you will find the action which is failing. My suspicion falls upon the use of the local System account.
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