Hi folks,

I need to uninstall all version of flash player

and browser plugins on all my machines.

From Kace I can see that I have all versions  from

version-10 to version-21 and everything in between.

version 21 uninstalls fine with this script....

"wmic   product where "name like 'Adobe Flash Player%%'" call uninstall /nointeractive".

But some of the older ones are not going.

Any script, to uninstall all versions at once?

Really appreciate it.


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Alternatively you can simply run this PS1

########################################
 #Flash Player Preinstall Cleanup Script#
 # Creation Date: 01/15/2017 #
 # Version: 24 #
 # Author: Stephen Wheeler # 
 ########################################

 $CurVer = "FlashPlayer_24.0.194"


 Start-transcript -path C:\Log\SCRIPTS\FlashPlayer_DetailedLog.txt -noClobber -Append

 #This is calling the "Flashutil" application to attempt to uninstall the currently installed version of Flash Player.
 Write-Host "First Off we are going to politely ask Flash Player to remove itself.`r"

 $Flashutil = (Get-Childitem C:\Windows\system32\Macromed\Flash\FlashUtil*ActiveX.exe -name)
 $FlashTest = (Test-Path C:\Windows\system32\Macromed\Flash\FlashUtil*ActiveX.exe)
 $Flashutil1 = (Get-Childitem C:\Windows\system32\Macromed\Flash\FlashUtil*Plugin.exe -name)
 $FlashTest1 = (Test-Path C:\Windows\system32\Macromed\Flash\FlashUtil*Plugin.exe)
 IF ($FlashTest -eq $True)
 {
 Start-Process -FilePath "C:\Windows\system32\Macromed\Flash\$Flashutil" -Argumentlist "-uninstall" -ErrorAction SilentlyContinue
 Write-host "Successfully ran ActiveX Uninstaller`r"
 } 
 ELSE 
 {
 Write-Host "ActiveX Plugin is Not coming off nicely`r"
 }

 IF ($FlashTest1 -eq $True)
 {
 Start-Process -FilePath "C:\Windows\system32\Macromed\Flash\$Flashutil1" -Argumentlist "-uninstall" -ErrorAction SilentlyContinue
 Write-host "Successfully ran NPAPI Uninstaller`r"
 } 
 ELSE 
 {
 Write-Host "NPAPI plugin is Not coming off nicely`r"
 }


 #When MSIEXEC is running it causes problems with the installation of Flash, there for I am having it forcivly end it, if it is running.
 Write-Host "Attempting to Terminate msiexec.exe`r"
 $Process = Get-Process msiexec -ErrorAction SilentlyContinue
 if ($Process -eq $True) {Stop-Process - msiexec -Force -ErrorAction SilentlyContinue}


 #These are the GUIDs of each version of FlashPlayer and they can be found by Searching "Flash Player" in this Key: HKLM:\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall\
 #There is one for the ActiveX and one for NPAPI Plugin
 #When Building a new Flash Plackage you just need to add the 2 new GUIDs to this list.
 $GUID = @("{56680CC0-AA4D-47DB-A1A3-B26A97F1D3F1}",
 "{22AF9D99-A980-4071-A0BD-1D0BB956B9EA}",
 "{1D95F7C4-A547-4FC9-91A4-A35B19F597C0}",
 "{D633DF27-FC9E-4FDA-A158-CB36AE83671D}",
 "{58E533B1-9B29-432D-BB38-25B489C1D53B}",
 "{9B0163AC-7E34-4A2F-A3E6-73440FF9549B}",
 "{0A9A57A9-8D6E-4CBD-9434-A244E94D2154}",
 "{559A2FA4-4858-46E7-BD02-68C15A31DF98}",
 "{6E6D2BB7-B844-4842-B62D-0A7F0AA7884E}",
 "{CE102F76-8858-4CA8-B500-030C9A735C8A}",
 "{26E87568-C135-4C53-A3D9-62EC26C2D7A1}",
 "{07ABFA96-7AFE-43C2-9BC2-1005C24D2316}",
 "{3898EF12-76AA-4116-BFCE-EA063420B9E2}",
 "{84562166-378E-40C3-8937-FEAB57BD34C1}",
 "{CCF44D05-A254-49E9-A024-33D37C37962D}",
 "{7754B002-6B0F-4343-AAB9-20615AE6D7E1}",
 "{401B651E-4CCC-4177-B16D-1B88EC9FDFB3}",
 "{B4A59659-1E69-4286-8885-3D0618B84894}",
 "{37CFB473-A66E-490E-8ED2-07C984BC42F5}",
 "{8C3EAB4F-199B-456B-9840-9A95FDBAE125}",
 "{D0AFDE5A-16FE-40B0-908D-63A5F23A3E7F}",
 "{B2239F96-D221-45C4-81C7-386E9DB84DEB}",
 "{4B4910C8-4D59-4AC2-9E72-15B9D91CEBB2}",
 "{87FB4D1F-413A-4F3F-AAD9-0B130A02BA61}",
 "{1C1655A5-8B59-421E-ABCC-9182956510DC}",
 "{A7DC9721-4986-4179-BB89-A3E99545584C}",
 "{92C34178-B679-4C83-AC33-7EFCE6D36E01}",
 "{0608F2B6-4E49-4AD0-9128-C122A34CFCE1}",
 "{7B0961DB-15EB-41AF-85DA-C296924CA408}",
 "{7898389E-2B8F-4CAC-A8CB-489B7B339C03}",
 "{FB7D053D-9F6F-4E16-96BE-D2EF54C620AC}",
 "{8B4393AD-53A8-4895-803D-3AEECD99D620}",
 "{D21D7AFD-8DF3-4EF0-B81B-A2AA5AEFE713}",
 "{0C942CD9-6F38-498A-808F-C76EDBBA1969}",
 "{89D2A20B-74C2-4A70-B598-AA4F4DFC0EBF}",
 "{1F427911-1A3C-4264-967B-7DE6070FD8FC}",
 "{FDAF247B-4ADD-4089-A799-B08206B8E75C}",
 "{AC08189D-DBCB-40DB-8B36-0AC5F1B115BD}",
 "{70F0F88A-387B-40EB-93BD-9877DB9D668D}",
 "{A186F2B3-64FC-4A3C-8096-B002A71F2A9B}",
 "{EE56217C-B3F9-402B-B4EC-63F090F51D3D}",
 "{2F881898-5300-4D68-AE46-F5FE074D59AA}",
 "{44CF4DB9-707A-4395-839C-573FBC206CB9}",
 "{A6FB0BFC-1F3F-42E0-BEAB-FA139FB54812}",
 "{A580818A-6519-4120-AB1C-F4F6FCFAA7D0}",
 "{A4488E5C-1022-432A-8066-72E1C4023310}",
 "{9F5C6A1A-3B30-4AD5-B998-2885AA7C26A7}",
 "{2448A347-6E10-4FDE-AD25-74804743D184}",
 "{901E9B21-CDB1-4C4A-ABFC-61A554912BED}",
 "{B0069674-D80C-48CB-852D-88AD36EAB0A5}",
 "{57B3953E-BB96-418D-9228-57B7082B921A}",
 "{76CF5170-31B4-490F-89CE-5820EF416822}",
 "{B3DADA45-F0ED-48FD-946E-7E82C2229D59}",
 "{448D7DEC-36F1-4091-B419-C5487BDEB867}",
 "{7AF47D49-5F6B-4646-84FA-5802C635B082}",
 "{DE3DB02A-3402-4CC4-AF65-B52AE8406739}",
 "{D10AEF4A-DD94-4F6C-9CBF-580C1A1F6D05}",
 "{9755D61E-3FC8-479D-BAD7-5516E0FE5281}",
 "{AD6E9D76-C6AA-4F6E-8DAE-4EEE78B78743}",
 "{8656EDBE-7C0A-4945-8D49-493FDBE7B5BD}",
 "{521CCA6C-F8FD-47ED-AF9A-2461352E34DD}",
 "{0699CBD6-FFF5-4211-97A7-9C32E744F5F4}",
 "{BD2339D5-5609-4DB0-A89F-D427B7B353E1}",
 "{63A147A7-55F5-4305-A09C-696781D58B8A}",
 "{5682D3D7-0E22-4AC5-8DAD-5375A1F7B313}",
 "{BABDDB46-341A-460E-8F65-83C9B0BF7329}",
 "{AA4C5C0F-AE8D-4760-A513-F2F3109D8C9E}",
 "{2755BEE9-F03B-4FB8-BB71-0BA3F2629F18}",
 "{506B121D-1B93-484D-8241-6250BCB736C7}",
 "{44C61B0B-3700-4AA6-AC7C-EE8F0BA9A907}",
 "{4EF54F47-BD29-4049-AEAF-A80E494A6A45}",
 "{F22C3C05-B1D9-47FF-AA17-4F9DCBFE850F}",
 "{8C901387-B304-404D-93C0-E2E0C2D53D90}",
 "{61F2FFE4-56BA-4F5E-91FB-BD34F92E44CE}",
 "{B21D5938-6B90-408B-B827-92F6E0E11B48}",
 "{70F97130-DBF6-4885-854C-CC7A80FC65E1}",
 "{DC0C27E6-745B-4D0E-A2F7-47676BFAE25D}",
 "{2BE0DC49-FA94-4853-A62A-F1E02ECAA67E}",
 "{D901557E-8AF2-4F66-BE3C-B8C816397BD5}",
 "{465571A6-29A2-4D39-B77D-3A1F6C964B65}",
 "{1D55DE93-486D-40F7-88F3-CF08578F82AA}",
 "{68BC8140-3FAA-4419-B6EE-CCF60BE6DAB2}",
 "{10F0B906-1989-4F20-A93C-4C0F94C8DF9E}",
 "{6CBBF19C-2B69-4143-81C4-D5B56D32088C}",
 "{047904BA-C065-40D5-969A-C7D91CA93D62}",
 "{BC8AC77D-6A6F-491F-BEED-2958F09C6CAE}",
 "{AF82C1A9-56DC-4CCD-A36C-CAE56D541DFA}",
 "{3CA17ADC-2146-49C2-A375-972BB57CF7F6}",
 "{7C548501-3501-468A-A443-CC42F5B3626B}",
 "{F1410A0A-8205-4D45-BF2B-9C7ACB2F4B24}",
 "{C4B32291-F7B2-4BEC-BA4D-4195676A08CC}",
 "{3FC9A6DE-C105-4576-8F63-656FFB1BF8EB}")

 #These are the SIDs of each version of FlashPlayer and they can be found by Searching "Flash Player" in this Key: HKLM:\SOFTWARE\CLASSES\Installer\Features\.
 #There is one for the ActiveX and one for NPAPI Plugin.
 #When Building a new Flash Plackage you just need to add the 2 new SIDs to this list.
 $SID = @("3958907FC4F2C234CAF8D696CDE9DF9C",
 "4C7F59D1745A9CF4194A3AB5915F790C",
 "68FB4E4C72E4B8B4B89F5AFBC157374A",
 "88A5DA2B41709D446828DEEC7176C1FD",
 "F2E02C08FE4B8E44FBA4A626A5A91F86",
 "0CC08665D4AABD741A3A2BA6791F3D1F",
 "99D9FA22089A17040ADBD1B09B659BAE",
 "4C7F59D1745A9CF4194A3AB5915F790C",
 "72FD336DE9CFADF41A85BC63EA3876D1",
 "1B335E8592B9D234BB83524B981C5DB3",
 "CA3610B943E7F2A43A6E3744F09F45B9",
 "9A75A9A0E6D8DBC449432A449ED41245",
 "7BB2D6E6448B24846BD2A0F7A07A88E4",
 "67F201EC85888AC45B0030C0A937C5A8",
 "86578E62531C35C43A9D26CE622C7D1A",
 "69AFBA70EFA72C34B92C01502CD43261",
 "67F201EC85888AC45B0030C0A937C5A8",
 "21FE8983AA676114FBECAE6043029B2E",
 "50D44FCC452A9E940A42333DC77369D2",
 "66126548E8733C049873EFBA75DB431C",
 "E156B104CCC477141BD6B188CEF9FD3B",
 "200B4577F0B63434AA9B0216A56E7D1E",
 "95695A4B96E168248858D360818B8449",
 "374BFC73E66AE094E82D709C48CB245F",
 "F4BAE3C8B991B6548904A959DFAB1E52",
 "A5EDFA0DEF610B0409D8365A2FA3E3F7",
 "8C0194B495D42CA4E927519B9DC1BE2B",
 "69F9322B122D4C54187C83E6D98BD4BE",
 "F1D4BF78A314F3F4AA9DB031A020AB16",
 "5A5561C195B8E124BACC1928595601CD",
 "0418CB86AAF391446BEECC6FB06EAD2B",
 "1279CD7A68949714BB983A9E595485C4",
 "19223B4C2B7FCEB4ABD4145976A680CC",
 "1E36145BD4A3BEE4189FAF44B9E3831B",
 "39ED55D1D6847F04883FFC8075F828AA",
 "4769600BC08DBC8458D288DA63AE0B5A",
 "4EFF2F16AB65E5F419BFDB439FE244EC",
 "54ADAD3BDE0FDF8449E6E7282C22D995",
 "5E8B1F381BB60934C9712D391F430FEB",
 "609B0F01989102F49AC3C4F0498CFDE9",
 "6B2F806094E40DA419821C223AC4CF1E",
 "87143C29976B38C4CA33E7CF6E3DE610",
 "898188F2003586D4EA645FEF70D495AA",
 "9BD4FC44A707593438C975F3CB02C69B",
 "9DC249C083F6A89408F87CE6BDAB9196",
 "A818085A91560214BAC14F6FCFAF7A0D",
 "B02A2D982C4707A45B89AAF4D4CFE0FB",
 "B0B16C4400736AA4CAC7EEF8B09A9A70",
 "C5E8844A2201A2340866271E4C203301",
 "C71265EE9F3BB2044BCE360F095FD1D3",
 "C91FBBC696B23414184C5D5BD62380C8",
 "CED7D8441F6319044B915C84B7ED8B76",
 "CFB0BF6AF3F10E24EBBAAF31F95B8421",
 "D350D7BFF6F961E469EB2DFE456C02CA",
 "DFA7D12D3FD80FE48BB12AAAA5FE7E31",
 "ED6A9CF3501C6754F83656F6BFB18FBE")

 #Removing all the records for any previous version. 
 Write-Host "Removing the Macromedia Key $(get-date -format `"yyyyMMdd_hhmmsstt`")`r"

 $flash1 = (Test-Path -Path "HKLM:\SOFTWARE\Macromedia\FlashPlayer")
 $Flash2 = (Test-Path -Path "HKLM:\SOFTWARE\WOW6432Node\Macromedia\FlashPlayer")
 $Flash5 = (Test-Path -Path "HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall\Adobe Flash Player ActiveX")

 if ($Flash1 -eq $True) {Write-Host "Successfully Deleted HKLM:\SOFTWARE\Macromedia\FlashPlayer `r"
 Remove-Item -path "HKLM:\SOFTWARE\Macromedia\FlashPlayer" -Recurse -ErrorAction SilentlyContinue}
 if ($Flash2 -eq $True) {Write-Host "Successfully Deleted HKLM:\SOFTWARE\WOW6432Node\Macromedia\FlashPlayer`r"
 Remove-Item -path "HKLM:\SOFTWARE\WOW6432Node\Macromedia\FlashPlayer" -Recurse -ErrorAction SilentlyContinue}
 if ($Flash5 -eq $True) {Write-Host "Successfully Deleted HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall\Adobe Flash Player ActiveX`r"
 Remove-Item -path "HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall\Adobe Flash Player ActiveX" -Recurse -ErrorAction SilentlyContinue}


 Write-Host "Searching for and deleting any previous version of Flash. $(get-date -format `"yyyyMMdd_hhmmsstt`")`r"
 foreach ($GUIDS in $GUID) 
 {
 $regPath2= "HKLM:\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall\$GUIDS" 
 $value2 = (Test-Path $regpath2) 

 $regPath64= "HKLM:\SOFTWARE\Wow6432Node\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall\$GUIDS" 
 $value64 = (Test-Path $regpath64) 


 if ($value2 -eq $True) {Write-Host "Successfully Deleted $Regpath2`r"
 Remove-Item -path "HKLM:\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall\$GUIDS" -Recurse -ErrorAction SilentlyContinue}
 if ($value64 -eq $True) {Write-Host "Successfully Deleted $Regpath64`r"
 Remove-Item -path "HKLM:\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall\$GUIDS" -Recurse -ErrorAction SilentlyContinue}


 
 #I couldnt get this one to check whether the file exists because its a value instead of a key, so I am just suppressing errors and having it try to delete any of the versions.
 $UIPath = "C:\Windows\Installer\$GUIDS\"
 Remove-ItemProperty -Path "hklm:\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Installer\Folders" -name $UIPath -ErrorAction SilentlyContinue
 Remove-ItemProperty -Path "hklm:\SOFTWARE\Wow6432Node\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Installer\Folders" -name $UIPath -ErrorAction SilentlyContinue
 }



 Write-Host "Deleted all the GUIDs that were present, now searching for and deleting SIDs. $(get-date -format `"yyyyMMdd_hhmmsstt`")`r"
 foreach ($SIDS in $SID) { 

 $sidpath1 = "HKLM:\SOFTWARE\CLASSES\Installer\Features\$SIDS"
 $Sidtest1 = (Test-Path $Sidpath1)


 if ($sidtest1 -eq $True){Write-Host "Successfully Deleted $sidpath1`r"
 Remove-Item -path $sidpath1 -Recurse -ErrorAction SilentlyContinue}

 $Sidpath2 = "HKLM:\SOFTWARE\Classes\Installer\Products\$SIDS"
 $Sidtest2 = (Test-Path $Sidpath2)
 if ($sidtest2 -eq $True){Write-Host "Successfully Deleted $sidpath2`r" 
 Remove-Item -path $sidpath2 -Recurse -ErrorAction SilentlyContinue}


 $Sidpath3 = "HKLM:\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Installer\UserData\S-1-5-18\Products\$SIDS"
 $SidTest3 = (Test-Path $Sidpath3)
 if ($sidtest3 -eq $True){Write-Host "Successfully Deleted $sidpath3`r"
 Remove-Item -path $sidpath3 -Recurse -ErrorAction SilentlyContinue}


 $Sidpath4 = "HKLM:\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Installer\UserData\S-1-5-18\Components\$SIDS"
 $Sidtest4 = (Test-Path $Sidpath4)
 if ($sidtest4 -eq $True){Write-Host "Successfully Deleted $sidpath4`r"
 Remove-Item -path $sidpath4 -Recurse -ErrorAction SilentlyContinue}

 

  $sidpath641 = "HKLM:\SOFTWARE\Wow6432Node\CLASSES\Installer\Features\$SIDS"
 $Sidtest641 = (Test-Path $Sidpath1)
 if ($sidtest641 -eq $True){Write-Host "Successfully Deleted $sidpath1`r"
 Remove-Item -path $sidpath641 -Recurse -ErrorAction SilentlyContinue}


 $Sidpath642 = "HKLM:\SOFTWARE\Wow6432Node\Classes\Installer\Products\$SIDS"
 $Sidtest642 = (Test-Path $Sidpath642)
 if ($sidtest642 -eq $True){Write-Host "Successfully Deleted $sidpath642`r" 
 Remove-Item -path $sidpath642 -Recurse -ErrorAction SilentlyContinue}


 $Sidpath643 = "HKLM:\SOFTWARE\Wow6432Node\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Installer\UserData\S-1-5-18\Products\$SIDS"
 $SidTest643 = (Test-Path $Sidpath3)
 if ($sidtest643 -eq $True){Write-Host "Successfully Deleted $sidpath643`r"
 Remove-Item -path $sidpath643 -Recurse -ErrorAction SilentlyContinue}


 $Sidpath644 = "HKLM:\SOFTWARE\Wow6432Node\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Installer\UserData\S-1-5-18\Components\$SIDS"
 $Sidtest644 = (Test-Path $Sidpath644)
 if ($sidtest644 -eq $True){Write-Host "Successfully Deleted $sidpath644`r"
 Remove-Item -path $sidpath644 -Recurse -ErrorAction SilentlyContinue}


 }


 #Now Just to run the installs
 Write-Host "Flash is removed"


 Stop-Transcript

Answered 02/01/2017 by: swheeler911
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Check the "ProductName" entry in the registry's "Uninstall" branch. This is what the WMI call will use to match against. I suspect the older ones will say something different to what you're command line is looking for.
Answered 04/14/2016 by: VBScab
Red Belt

  • Most versions have this command in the uninstall registry branch......
    "C:\Windows\SysWOW64\Macromed\Flash\FlashUtil32_??_?_?_???_ActiveX.exe -maintain activex"

    The..... _??_?_?........is where the different version Numbers are

    how do I uninstall with this command for all the versions of flash?
    • The old versions will uninstall automatically when you install the new version. I checked this on a test system as I'm looking to script this in conjunction with Chocolatey and Powershell for the v27 vulnerability fixes.

      The downloaded old program installs automatically uninstall the old version first, as does the Chocolatey install when you do "choco upgrade flashplayer#### -y".

      The program files all use the same name but with the version number in the file name, so you can use Get-Item (gi) with a * for the version name, and sort it by creation time so that the most recent one is selected, that way you can use the precise name of the file to get the file version regardless of which number version is installed.

      Here's what I was looking at for sample code

      #simplified array
      $ActiveX = @(((gi C:\Windows\System32\Macromed\Flash\FlashUtil*ActiveX.exe | Sort CreationTime | Select -Last 1).FullName),"flashplayeractivex")
      $NPAPI = @(((gi C:\Windows\System32\Macromed\Flash\FlashUtil*Plugin.exe | Sort CreationTime | Select -Last 1).FullName),"flashplayerplugin")
      $PPAPI = @(((gi C:\Windows\System32\Macromed\Flash\FlashUtil*pepper.exe | Sort CreationTime | Select -Last 1).FullName),"flashplayerppapi")
      $flash=@($ActiveX,$NPAPI,$PPAPI)
      foreach ($plugin in $flash)
      {
      if(Test-Path $plugin[1]){ #if present check file version and update to v27
      if ((Get-Command $plugin[1]).FileVersionInfo.Fileversion -lt "27,0,0,130")
      {
      if(Test-Path C:\ProgramData\chocolatey\choco.exe){} #confirm chocolatey is installed
      else { iex ((new-object net.webclient).DownloadString('https://chocolatey.org/install.ps1')) } #install Chocolatey if it isn't
      saps -Wait C:\ProgramData\chocolatey\choco.exe -ArgumentList ("upgrade $plugin[2] -y --force") #install v27 of previously installed plugin
      }
      }
      }
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>how do I uninstall with this command for all the versions of flash?
Stick with the WMIC command line.

>Check the "ProductName" entry in the registry's "Uninstall" branch.
Sorry...my mistake. You need to be looking at the 'DisplayName' value.

Answered 04/15/2016 by: VBScab
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go to https://helpx.adobe.com/flash-player/kb/uninstall-flash-player-windows.html#main_Download_the_Adobe_Flash_Player_uninstaller

download that, then write a batch script with :

@echo off
CLS
echo removing old flash player

call "(File_Location)\uninstall_flash_player.exe" -uninstall

Exit

This will silently uninstall any Flash installed on the computer in one go.
Answered 04/15/2016 by: liam.creaser
Senior White Belt

  • Tried locally.......

    @echo off
    CLS
    echo removing old flash player
    call "C:\Users\admin\Desktop\uninstall_flash_player.exe" -uninstall
    Exit

    working perfectly!!!!!
    BUT..for this I would have to download it to every machine on the
    network and run the script as the logged on user.
    Problem is ... all my users don't have install or uninstall rights.


    So the best way would be to use it as a dependency in the kace via scripting.......
    That way the executable runs on every machine as "local system" with full
    rights to un install anything. So tried..........

    @echo off
    CLS
    echo removing old flash player
    call "$(KACE_DEPENDENCY_DIR)\uninstall_flash_player.exe" -uninstall
    Exit

    Not working!!!!!
    Any ideas?
    Thanks
  • Got it to work liam.
    Thanks a lot my friend.
    • No worries buddy, Did you place the file on the network and then point the Batch file to that location ? that way you wouldn't have to download it on every computer.
      • ...the ionly downside being that the System account has no network access, of course, so unless you're using a special installation user or your users have local admin rights...
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