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I my company a got many versions od adobe acrobat pro. i want to uninstall them all. Im looking for the product Guid for all the versions, maby someone got them? Or can tell me how to do it. I got a Adobe doc about the Guid and how they are made. ther are to meny versions in my company ist hard for me to do it manualy
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Get help of the SCCM (or any other similar tool in use) admin guy and run a query to find out the GUID's for acrobat.
Answered 08/11/2011 by: SandeepPanat
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i got sccm. how to make souch a query ?
Answered 08/11/2011 by: roni86
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Well, if you have SCCM - Look for help in SCCM forums.
may be http://hayesjupe.wordpress.com/sccm-collections-the-basics/ would be of help.

Your query would be something on these lines
SMS_G_System_ADD_REMOVE_PROGRAMS.DisplayName = "Adobe Acrobat %"
Answered 08/11/2011 by: SandeepPanat
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We've had a thread a few weeks ago with a bunch of uninstall comamnds for Acrobat Reader.

Take a look at this link:
http://itninja.com/question/silent-uninstall-oracle-8-cilent0215
Answered 08/11/2011 by: Teitan
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THX!
Answered 08/11/2011 by: roni86
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@Teitan
I so that but still a need the Product ID for Acrobat
Answered 08/11/2011 by: roni86
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I make the query i how to will it deliver me the log whit the GUID? i dont reley understad:(
Answered 08/11/2011 by: roni86
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It sounds like that you, nor your colleagues have the knowledge to produce a query to find the GUIDs you need.
In that case, you will just have to work with what you've got.

Produce a report for Add/Remove Programs for Adobe Acrobat - as mentioned by SandeepPanat above.
Identify each individual version that is out on your estate and connect to the remote registry of a machine with a particular version and find the GUID/uninstall string.

Note it down and move on to the next version - untill you have all of the information you require.

I assume that some of these versions will not have been deployed by SCCM, otherwise you could just open the installer and pull out the GUID.

Hope that makes sense,

Dunnpy
Answered 08/11/2011 by: dunnpy
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makes thx :)
Answered 08/11/2011 by: roni86
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