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It seems that we have a lot of variation in how and what versions of Flash are installed on our computers. I want to use Group Policy to run the uninstall program but it is an .exe, not an .msi.

Does any one have any suggestions?

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Use a logon script.
Answered 12/29/2009 by: airwolf
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It seems like there is some user response needed. Are there command parameters to add to the .exe so that it will run quietly.

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Answered 12/29/2009 by: jfrasier
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Command line parameters are not standardized - they are defined for each .exe (packagers will be similar, though - such as InstallShield packages). For specific Flash installers, look at the AppDeploy database - most installers have silent parameters.
Answered 12/29/2009 by: airwolf
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Thanks so much. I found this on adobe's website:

[blockquote]Use the uninstaller available at www.adobe.com/go/tn_14157 to uninstall any version of the
player. If you want to uninstall in silent mode, use the "/silent" or the "/s" command-line
parameter:

uninstall_flash_player.exe /silent
[/blockquote]
Answered 12/29/2009 by: jfrasier
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