Hello
i would like to uninstall silently lync 2013 client.

I've tried with unistall key from Registry Key but i just found some for the add in's.
I also tried with the /unistall switch and a config file on my share but this didn't work either.
setup.exe /uninstall LYNCENTRY /config "uninstall_lync.xml"

In lync 2010 i had a script for lync updates with this command
msiexec.exe /p "%~DP0Lync_4.0.7577.4409_x64.msp" /qn /norestart

Now for 2013 it isn't working anymore when i download update (http://support2.microsoft.com/kb/2881070) and extract to msp file?
Has anyone tried to update and unistall the client silently?

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What is the uninstallstring entry for the Lync client on your test machine? 
On a test machine without Lync, run a directory listing of the c:\windows\installer folder, then install Lync, and finally generate another directory listing of the c:\windows\installer folder. This will show what additional content has been added in terms of MSI and MSP files.  You can then call the uninstall for each of these in the usual way, in reverse order based on timestamp.
Answered 10/13/2014 by: EdT
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My Product ID wasn't Lyncentry.
I looked up setup.xml in lync.ww and the Setup ID was only Lync.

I tried this before but then i had a faulty iso with language error. after that i only tried lyncentry 
Answered 12/01/2014 by: Sinimini
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This is a good idea but somehow Lync is very persistent in not being uninstalled :)
I uninstalled Lync manually and installed again.

I've found this msi
MsiExec.exe /X "2f00f44.msi" /qn
MsiExec.exe /X "2f00f62.msi" /qn
MsiExec.exe /X "2f00f3e.msi" /qn
MsiExec.exe /X "2f00f4a.msi" /qn
MsiExec.exe /X "2f00f5c.msi" /qn
MsiExec.exe /X "2f00f50.msi" /qn
MsiExec.exe /X "2f00f56.msi" /qn
MsiExec.exe /X "2f00f30.msi" /qn
MsiExec.exe /X "2f00f37.msi" /qn

This are the office msi and i can uninstall them but there is still one msi that i can not uninstall with this command

MsiExec.exe /X "2f00f70.msi" /qn

This is the Windows-Installer for Lync 2013



Answered 10/15/2014 by: Sinimini
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  • What result do you get when you try to uninstall the windows installer for Lync? Did you try generating a verbose uninstall log to see why the command is failing? What happens if you run the command without /qn ? Can you uninstall interactively?
    Have you examined the MSI to see if there are any conditions based on UILevel ?
    • In which table can i find a value for UILevel?
      • UILevel is a property that is set during the execution of the install depending on what setting you use for the /q switch. Look up UILevel in the help file MSI.CHM for a detailed explanation.
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Review the SETUP.EXE usage and its companion SETUP.XML file for the answers in this PowerShell script of mine.

<#   
    .NOTES
    ===========================================================================
     Created with:     SAPIEN Technologies, Inc., PowerShell Studio 2014 v4.1.75
     Created on:       2/17/2016 12:41 PM
     Created by:       Gustaaf von Pickartz
     Filename:        
    ===========================================================================
    .DESCRIPTION
        A description of the file.
#>

$Global:aScriptPathName = $MyInvocation.MyCommand.Path
$Global:aFileName = [system.io.path]::GetFilenameWithoutExtension($aScriptPathName)
$Global:aCwd = Split-Path -parent $aScriptPathName
Set-Location $aCwd
$aCwd = $aCwd.TrimEnd("\")
$aTemp = $env:TEMP
$Global:aLogName = $aFileName + "_" + $(Get-Date -Uformat %Y%m%d%H%M%S) + ".log"
$Global:aLogFilePath = $aCwd + $SP_FileName + "\"

#If x64 operating system, set Program files (x86) folder for 32bit office. Else 32bit Os will have standard Program Files.
IF (${Env:Programfiles(x86)}) { $OfficeLocation = ${Env:Programfiles(x86)} }
ELSE { $OfficeLocation = ${ENV:Programfiles} }


#Determine if in 32bit office folder or 64bit OS folder. {Lets asume 32bit Office install.}

    #Determine if Our setup controller is in 32bit office folder or 64bit OS folder.
    IF (Test-Path -Path "${Env:Programfiles(x86)}\Common Files\microsoft shared\OFFICE16\Office Setup Controller\setup.exe")
    { $Office16 = "${Env:Programfiles(x86)}\Common Files\microsoft shared\OFFICE16\Office Setup Controller" }
    IF (Test-Path -Path "${Env:Programfiles(x86)}\Common Files\microsoft shared\OFFICE15\Office Setup Controller\setup.exe")
    { $Office15 = "${Env:Programfiles(x86)}\Common Files\microsoft shared\OFFICE15\Office Setup Controller" }
    IF (Test-Path -Path "${Env:Programfiles(x86)}\Common Files\microsoft shared\OFFICE14\Office Setup Controller\setup.exe")
    { $Office14 = "${Env:Programfiles(x86)}\Common Files\microsoft shared\OFFICE14\Office Setup Controller" }
   
    IF (Test-Path -Path "$Env:Programfiles\Common Files\microsoft shared\OFFICE16\Office Setup Controller\setup.exe")
    { $Office16 = "${ENV:Programfiles}\Common Files\microsoft shared\OFFICE16\Office Setup Controller" }
    IF (Test-Path -Path "$Env:Programfiles\Common Files\microsoft shared\OFFICE15\Office Setup Controller\setup.exe")
    { $Office15 = "${ENV:Programfiles}\Common Files\microsoft shared\OFFICE15\Office Setup Controller" }
    IF (Test-Path -Path "$Env:Programfiles\Common Files\microsoft shared\OFFICE14\Office Setup Controller\setup.exe")
    { $Office14 = "${ENV:Programfiles}\Common Files\microsoft shared\OFFICE14\Office Setup Controller" }



Wrl "* Searching for Office 2013 Lync Basic at [$Office15\LyncEntry]"
# Test for LyncEntry folder within Office 2013 setup controller folder.
IF (Test-Path "$Office15\LYNCENTRY")
{
    $aEdition = "LYNCENTRY"
   
    Write-Host "* Creating the XML response file for setup.exe removal of LYNC ENTRY."
    Write-Host "* This XML file will be used by setup.exe engine for Office Lync 2013 Basic."
    Write-Host "* The contents for the XML file: [$aTemp\SETUP.XML] will be logged."
    Write-Host "* -----------------------------------------------------------------"
    Write-Host "*"
    Write-Host "* Creating setup.xml file for setup.exe"
    ECHO "<Configuration Product=""$aEdition"">" > "$aTemp\SETUP.XML"
    ECHO   "<Display Level=""none"" CompletionNotice=""no"" SuppressModal=""yes"" AcceptEula=""yes"" />" >> "$aTemp\SETUP.XML"
    ECHO   "<Logging Type=""standard"" Path=""$aLogFilePath"" Template=""MS-LyncEntry-UnInstall(*).LOG"" />" >> "$aTemp\SETUP.XML"
    ECHO   "<INSTALLLOCATION Value=""$OfficeLocation\Microsoft Office"" />" >> "$aTemp\SETUP.XML"
    ECHO   "<Setting Id=""SETUP_REBOOT"" Value=""Never"" />" >> "$aTemp\SETUP.XML"
    ECHO "</Configuration>" >> "$aTemp\SETUP.XML"
    Write-Host "* --------------------------------------------------"
    Get-Content "$aTemp\SETUP.XML" | ForEach-Object -Process { Write-Host "$_" }
    Write-Host "* --------------------------------------------------"
    Write-Host "*"
    Write-Host "* Attempting Lync 2013 Entry Uninstall..."
    $oSetup = (Start-Process -FilePath " ""$Office15\setup.exe"" " -ArgumentList " /uninstall ""LYNCENTRY"" /CONFIG ""$aTemp\SETUP.XML"" " -PassThru -Wait -NoNewWindow)
    [int32]$LyncReturnCode = $oSetup.ExitCode
    Write-Host "* [Re Code = $LyncReturnCode]"
    Write-Host "-----------------------------------------------------------------"
    IF ($LyncReturnCode -eq 0)
    {
        ECHO "$(Get-Date -Format G) Lync 2013 was successfully removed" > "$aLogFilePath\LyncRemoved.tag";
        $LyncReturnCode = 0
    }
}

IF ($LyncReturnCode -ne 0)
{
    # Note: If you have standard Office 2013, set the aEdition variable to STDRD.
    # verify this fact by inspecting folders at "${Env:Programfiles(x86)}\Common Files\microsoft shared\OFFICE15\Office Setup Controller"
    $aEdition = "PROPLUS"
   
    # State = Local implies INSTALL.
    # State = Absent implies Remove.
    # State=""Local""
   
    Write-Host "* Creating the XML response file for setup.exe removal of LYNC ENTRY."
    Write-Host "* This XML file will be used by setup.exe engine for Office Lync 2013 Basic."
    Write-Host "* The contents for the XML file: [$aTemp\SETUP.XML] will be logged."
    Write-Host "* -----------------------------------------------------------------"
    Write-Host "*"
    Write-Host "* Creating setup.xml file for setup.exe"
    ECHO "<Configuration Product=""$aEdition"">" > "$aTemp\SETUP.XML"
    ECHO   "<Display Level=""none"" CompletionNotice=""no"" SuppressModal=""yes"" AcceptEula=""yes"" />" >> "$aTemp\SETUP.XML"
    ECHO   "<Logging Type=""standard"" Path=""$aLogFilePath"" Template=""MS-LyncEntry-UnInstall(*).LOG"" />" >> "$aTemp\SETUP.XML"
    ECHO   "<INSTALLLOCATION Value=""$OfficeLocation\Microsoft Office"" />" >> "$aTemp\SETUP.XML"
    ECHO   "<OptionState Id=""LyncCoreFiles"" State=""Absent"" Children=""force"" />" >>"$aTemp\SETUP.XML"
    ECHO   "<OptionState Id=""Lync32With64Bits"" State=""Absent"" Children=""force"" />" >>"$aTemp\SETUP.XML"
    ECHO   "<OptionState Id=""LyncHelpFiles"" State=""Absent"" Children=""force"" />" >>"$aTemp\SETUP.XML"
    ECHO   "<OptionState Id=""LyncFiles64Intl"" State=""Absent"" Children=""force"" />" >>"$aTemp\SETUP.XML"
    ECHO   "<Setting Id=""SETUP_REBOOT"" Value=""Never"" />" >> "$aTemp\SETUP.XML"
    ECHO "</Configuration>" >> "$aTemp\SETUP.XML"
    Write-Host "* --------------------------------------------------"
    Get-Content "$aTemp\SETUP.XML" | ForEach-Object -Process { Write-Host "$_" }
    Write-Host "* --------------------------------------------------"
    Write-Host "*"
    Write-Host "* Attempting Lync 2013 Pro Uninstall..."
    $oSetup = (Start-Process -FilePath " ""$Office15\setup.exe"" " -ArgumentList " /modify ""ProPlus"" /CONFIG ""$aTemp\SETUP.XML"" " -PassThru -Wait -NoNewWindow)
    [int32]$LyncReturnCode = $oSetup.ExitCode
    Write-Host "* [Re Code = $LyncReturnCode]"
    Write-Host "-----------------------------------------------------------------"
    IF ($LyncReturnCode -eq 0)
    {
        ECHO "$(Get-Date -Format G) Lync 2013 Pro was successfully removed" > "$aLogFilePath\LyncRemoved.tag";
        $LyncReturnCode = 0
    }
   
   
}
Answered 02/17/2016 by: Gustaaf
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Hi DKur,

I'm having the same problem..

I tried your commands, it worked.. BUT
If I try to do uninstall or install manually other thing, doesn't work.

and the shortcut keeps in the menu.
Answered 09/09/2015 by: cfc.danilo@gmail.com
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I still cant uninstall and i still don't understand why :) . I've tried two methods.


1.
 copy "%~DP0uninstall_lync.xml" "%COMMONPROGRAMFILES(x86)%\microsoft shared\OFFICE15\Office Setup Controller\uninstall_lync.xml"

"%COMMONPROGRAMFILES(x86)%\microsoft shared\OFFICE15\Office Setup Controller\setup.exe" /uninstall LYNCENTRY /dll OSETUP.DLL /config "%COMMONPROGRAMFILES(x86)%\microsoft shared\OFFICE15\Office Setup Controller\uninstall_lync.xml"

Config File
<Configuration Product="LYNCENTRY">

<Display Level="None" AcceptEULA="TRUE" />
<Setting Id="SETUP_REBOOT" Value="NEVER" />
<Logging Type="standard" Path="c:\windows\log\" Template="Microsoft Office Lync Uninstall(*).log" />

</Configuration>


I can uninstall Lync when i use this setup.exe manually

Log:

2014/11/24 14:49:11:039::[4844] PERF: TickCount=11665520 Name=OBootStrapper::Run Description=Begin function
2014/11/24 14:49:11:040::[4844] Operating System version: 6.1.7601 Service Pack 1. Platform ID: 2
2014/11/24 14:49:11:040::[4844] Running 32-bit setup on a 64-bit operating system.
2014/11/24 14:49:11:040::[4844] Command line: "C:\Program Files (x86)\Common Files\microsoft shared\OFFICE15\Office Setup Controller\setup.exe"  /uninstall LYNCENTRY /dll OSETUP.DLL /config "C:\Program Files (x86)\Common Files\microsoft shared\OFFICE15\Office Setup Controller\uninstall_lync.xml"
2014/11/24 14:49:11:040::[4844] Parsing command line.
2014/11/24 14:49:11:040::[4844] Config XML file specified: C:\Program Files (x86)\Common Files\microsoft shared\OFFICE15\Office Setup Controller\uninstall_lync.xml
2014/11/24 14:49:11:040::[4844] Uninstall requested for product: LYNCENTRY
2014/11/24 14:49:11:040::[4844] Parsing config.xml at: C:\Program Files (x86)\Common Files\microsoft shared\OFFICE15\Office Setup Controller\uninstall_lync.xml
2014/11/24 14:49:11:060::[4844] Preferred product specified in config.xml to be: LYNCENTRY
2014/11/24 14:49:11:060::[4844] Parsed setting: SETUP_REBOOT with value: NEVER in config.xml.
2014/11/24 14:49:11:060::[4844] Logging type standard specified in config.xml.
2014/11/24 14:49:11:060::[4844] Log directory: c:\windows\log\ specified in config.xml
2014/11/24 14:49:11:060::[4844] Log file template: Microsoft Office Lync Uninstall(*).log specified in config.xml
2014/11/24 14:49:11:060::[4844] Display level none specified in config.xml.
2014/11/24 14:49:11:075::[4844] Using setup controller dll at location [C:\Users\ADMIN_~1\AppData\Local\Temp\Setup00000214\OSETUP.DLL].
2014/11/24 14:49:11:075::[4844] Verify file signature in "C:\Program Files (x86)\Common Files\microsoft shared\OFFICE15\Office Setup Controller\Setup.exe"
2014/11/24 14:49:11:129::[4844] C:\Program Files (x86)\Common Files\microsoft shared\OFFICE15\Office Setup Controller\Setup.exe is trusted.
2014/11/24 14:49:11:129::[4844] Verify file signature in "C:\Users\ADMIN_~1\AppData\Local\Temp\Setup00000214\OSETUP.DLL"
2014/11/24 14:49:11:198::[4844] C:\Users\ADMIN_~1\AppData\Local\Temp\Setup00000214\OSETUP.DLL is trusted.
2014/11/24 14:49:11:296::[4844] Using setup controller dll at [C:\Users\ADMIN_~1\AppData\Local\Temp\Setup00000214\OSETUP.DLL].
2014/11/24 14:49:11:296::[4844] PERF: TickCount=11665785 Name=OBootStrapper::Run Description=Calling RunSetup
2014/11/24 14:49:11:302::[4844] PERF: TickCount=11665785 Name=RunSetup Description=Begin function
2014/11/24 14:49:11:303::[4844] WER element [P2] is set to value [OSETUP.DLL]
2014/11/24 14:49:11:303::[4844] WER element [P3] is set to value [15.0.4569.1503]
2014/11/24 14:49:11:304::[4844] Catalyst execution began: 11/24/2014 14:49:11.
2014/11/24 14:49:11:305::[4844] Parsing config.xml at: C:\Program Files (x86)\Common Files\microsoft shared\OFFICE15\Office Setup Controller\uninstall_lync.xml
2014/11/24 14:49:11:307::[4844] Preferred product specified in config.xml to be: LYNCENTRY
2014/11/24 14:49:11:307::[4844] Parsed setting: SETUP_REBOOT with value: NEVER in config.xml.
2014/11/24 14:49:11:307::[4844] Logging type standard specified in config.xml.
2014/11/24 14:49:11:307::[4844] Log directory: c:\windows\log\ specified in config.xml
2014/11/24 14:49:11:307::[4844] Log file template: Microsoft Office Lync Uninstall(*).log specified in config.xml
2014/11/24 14:49:11:307::[4844] Display level none specified in config.xml.
2014/11/24 14:49:11:308::[4844] Setupexe Resiliency Mode is set to [PerformIfApplicable]; thus Resiliency is [enabled] for the [UninstallExecutionMode]
2014/11/24 14:49:11:308::[4844] Ensuring the install-state of setup controller files for product [LYNCENTRY].
2014/11/24 14:49:11:308::[4844] Warning: Product registation information for 'LYNCENTRY' not detected. ErrorCode: 1011(0x3f3). Failed attempt to force-repair setupexe boot files.
2014/11/24 14:49:11:308::[4844] Searching for default versions of resource files under the folder [C:\Program Files (x86)\Common Files\microsoft shared\OFFICE15\Office Setup Controller].
2014/11/24 14:49:11:328::[4844] Found [1] resource files under the default folder.
2014/11/24 14:49:11:328::[4844] Running in [UninstallExecutionMode]. Run from TEMP folder at [C:\Users\ADMIN_~1\AppData\Local\Temp\Setup00000214].
2014/11/24 14:49:11:345::[4844] Loaded resource file [C:\Users\ADMIN_~1\AppData\Local\Temp\Setup00000214\OSETUPUI.DLL] (CultureTag=de-DE).
2014/11/24 14:49:11:345::[4844] WER element [SuppressModal] is set to value [false]
2014/11/24 14:49:11:346::[4844] WER element [P1] is set to value [15.0.4569.1503]
2014/11/24 14:49:11:346::[4844] Loaded Dll : C:\Users\ADMIN_~1\AppData\Local\Temp\Setup00000214\OSETUP.DLL.
2014/11/24 14:49:11:346::[4844] Catalyst version is : 15.0.4569.1503
2014/11/24 14:49:11:346::[4844] JobExecutionMode is UninstallExecutionMode.
2014/11/24 14:49:11:547::[4844] Opening registry key: HKCU\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall\Office15.LYNCENTRY.
2014/11/24 14:49:11:547::[4844] Opening registry key: HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall\Office15.LYNCENTRY.
2014/11/24 14:49:11:548::[4844] IsProductTransitionToMModeSafe: An exception was caught, therefore transition to MMode is unsafe for product:
2014/11/24 14:49:11:548::[4844] Error: Product is not installed, therefore transition to MMode is unsafe for product: LYNCENTRY Type: 27::InstalledProductStateCorrupt.
2014/11/24 14:49:11:548::[4844] Ensuring the install-state of setup controller files for all Products.
2014/11/24 14:49:11:548::[4844] Opening registry key: SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall.
2014/11/24 14:49:11:549::[4844] Ensuring the install-state of setup controller files for product [LYNC].
2014/11/24 14:49:11:549::[4844] Opening registry key: HKCU\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall\Office15.LYNC.
2014/11/24 14:49:11:549::[4844] Opening registry key: HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall\Office15.LYNC.
2014/11/24 14:49:11:549::[4844] Ensuring the install-state of setup controller feature[SetupControllerFiles] for product[{90150000-002A-0407-1000-0000000FF1CE}].
2014/11/24 14:49:11:549::[4844] Product INSTALLSTATE for ProductCode '{90150000-002A-0407-1000-0000000FF1CE}' is '5'.
2014/11/24 14:49:11:549::[4844] Feature INSTALLSTATE for Feature 'SetupXmlFiles' is '3'.
2014/11/24 14:49:13:038::[4844] Ensuring the install-state of setup controller feature[SetupControllerFiles] for product[{90150000-002A-0000-1000-0000000FF1CE}].
2014/11/24 14:49:13:038::[4844] Product INSTALLSTATE for ProductCode '{90150000-002A-0000-1000-0000000FF1CE}' is '5'.
2014/11/24 14:49:13:038::[4844] Feature INSTALLSTATE for Feature 'SetupXmlFiles' is '3'.
2014/11/24 14:49:15:639::[4844] Ensuring the install-state of setup controller feature[SetupControllerFiles] for product[{90150000-006E-0407-0000-0000000FF1CE}].
2014/11/24 14:49:15:639::[4844] Product INSTALLSTATE for ProductCode '{90150000-006E-0407-0000-0000000FF1CE}' is '5'.
2014/11/24 14:49:15:639::[4844] Feature INSTALLSTATE for Feature 'SetupXmlFiles' is '3'.
2014/11/24 14:49:18:424::[4844] Ensuring the install-state of setup controller feature[SetupControllerFiles] for product[{90150000-001F-0410-0000-0000000FF1CE}].
2014/11/24 14:49:18:424::[4844] Product INSTALLSTATE for ProductCode '{90150000-001F-0410-0000-0000000FF1CE}' is '5'.
2014/11/24 14:49:18:424::[4844] Feature INSTALLSTATE for Feature 'SetupXmlFiles' is '3'.
2014/11/24 14:49:20:222::[4844] Ensuring the install-state of setup controller feature[SetupControllerFiles] for product[{90150000-001F-0407-0000-0000000FF1CE}].
2014/11/24 14:49:20:222::[4844] Product INSTALLSTATE for ProductCode '{90150000-001F-0407-0000-0000000FF1CE}' is '5'.
2014/11/24 14:49:20:222::[4844] Feature INSTALLSTATE for Feature 'SetupXmlFiles' is '3'.
2014/11/24 14:49:21:766::[4844] Ensuring the install-state of setup controller feature[SetupControllerFiles] for product[{90150000-001F-040C-0000-0000000FF1CE}].
2014/11/24 14:49:21:767::[4844] Product INSTALLSTATE for ProductCode '{90150000-001F-040C-0000-0000000FF1CE}' is '5'.
2014/11/24 14:49:21:767::[4844] Feature INSTALLSTATE for Feature 'SetupXmlFiles' is '3'.
2014/11/24 14:49:23:339::[4844] Ensuring the install-state of setup controller feature[SetupControllerFiles] for product[{90150000-001F-0409-0000-0000000FF1CE}].
2014/11/24 14:49:23:339::[4844] Product INSTALLSTATE for ProductCode '{90150000-001F-0409-0000-0000000FF1CE}' is '5'.
2014/11/24 14:49:23:340::[4844] Feature INSTALLSTATE for Feature 'SetupXmlFiles' is '3'.
2014/11/24 14:49:25:046::[4844] Ensuring the install-state of setup controller feature[SetupControllerFiles] for product[{90150000-002C-0407-0000-0000000FF1CE}].
2014/11/24 14:49:25:047::[4844] Product INSTALLSTATE for ProductCode '{90150000-002C-0407-0000-0000000FF1CE}' is '5'.
2014/11/24 14:49:25:048::[4844] Feature INSTALLSTATE for Feature 'SetupXmlFiles' is '3'.
2014/11/24 14:49:26:619::[4844] Ensuring the install-state of setup controller feature[SetupControllerFiles] for product[{90150000-012B-0407-0000-0000000FF1CE}].
2014/11/24 14:49:26:620::[4844] Product INSTALLSTATE for ProductCode '{90150000-012B-0407-0000-0000000FF1CE}' is '5'.
2014/11/24 14:49:26:620::[4844] Feature INSTALLSTATE for Feature 'SetupXmlFiles' is '3'.
2014/11/24 14:49:28:951::[4844] Ensuring the install-state of setup controller feature[SetupControllerFiles] for product[{90150000-012C-0000-0000-0000000FF1CE}].
2014/11/24 14:49:28:951::[4844] Product INSTALLSTATE for ProductCode '{90150000-012C-0000-0000-0000000FF1CE}' is '5'.
2014/11/24 14:49:28:952::[4844] Feature INSTALLSTATE for Feature 'SetupXmlFiles' is '3'.
2014/11/24 14:49:36:136::[4844] Opening registry key: HKCU\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall\Office15.LYNCENTRY.
2014/11/24 14:49:36:136::[4844] Opening registry key: HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall\Office15.LYNCENTRY.
2014/11/24 14:49:36:136::[4844] IsProductTransitionToMModeSafe: An exception was caught, therefore transition to MMode is unsafe for product:
2014/11/24 14:49:36:136::[4844] Error: Product is not installed, therefore transition to MMode is unsafe for product: LYNCENTRY Type: 27::InstalledProductStateCorrupt.

2014/11/24 14:49:36:136::[4844] Not showing message because suppress modal has been set.  Title: 'Setupfehler', Message: 'Diese Produktinstallation wurde besch..digt. F..hren Sie Setup erneut von der CD, DVD oder einer anderen urspr..nglichen Installationsquelle aus.'
2014/11/24 14:49:36:136::[4844] Message returned: 1
2014/11/24 14:49:36:141::[4844] Error: Catalyst boot time check failed Type: 66::PreReqCheckFailure.
2014/11/24 14:49:36:141::[4844] Catalyst execution finished: 11/24/2014 14:49:36.  Return code: 30066.  Exception caught: PreReqCheckFailure.

2014/11/24 14:49:36:141::[4844] PERF: TickCount=11690621 Name=RunSetup Description=End function

Answered 11/24/2014 by: Sinimini
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2.
i used the Product Code from the msi i found in c:\windows\installer which is for Lync 2013


MsiExec.exe /X{90150000-012C-0000-0000-0000000FF1CE} /qn /norestart /L*v "c:\windows\log\Microsoft_Lync_2013_Update_KB2817626_x86_0185_Install.LOG"

When i use this msi manually it runs through without any error but won't uninstall Lync.

Log

MSI (s) (10:4C) [15:10:52:612]: Machine policy value 'DisableUserInstalls' is 0
MSI (s) (10:4C) [15:10:52:628]: SRSetRestorePoint skipped for this transaction.
MSI (s) (10:4C) [15:10:52:631]: End dialog not enabled
MSI (s) (10:4C) [15:10:52:631]: Original package ==> C:\Windows\Installer\bfb379.msi
MSI (s) (10:4C) [15:10:52:631]: Package we're running from ==> C:\Windows\Installer\bfb379.msi
MSI (s) (10:4C) [15:10:52:645]: APPCOMPAT: Uninstall Flags override found.
MSI (s) (10:4C) [15:10:52:645]: APPCOMPAT: Uninstall VersionNT override found.
MSI (s) (10:4C) [15:10:52:645]: APPCOMPAT: Uninstall ServicePackLevel override found.
MSI (s) (10:4C) [15:10:52:645]: APPCOMPAT: looking for appcompat database entry with ProductCode '{90150000-012C-0000-0000-0000000FF1CE}'.
MSI (s) (10:4C) [15:10:52:645]: APPCOMPAT: no matching ProductCode found in database.
MSI (s) (10:4C) [15:10:52:649]: Opening existing patch 'C:\Windows\Installer\bfb3d2.msp'.
MSI (s) (10:4C) [15:10:52:650]: Opening existing patch 'C:\Windows\Installer\bfb37a.msp'.
MSI (s) (10:4C) [15:10:52:650]: Opening existing patch 'C:\Windows\Installer\bfb386.msp'.
MSI (s) (10:4C) [15:10:52:651]: SequencePatches starts. Product code: {90150000-012C-0000-0000-0000000FF1CE}, Product version: 15.0.4569.1506, Upgrade code: {00150000-012C-0000-0000-0000000FF1CE}, Product language 0
MSI (s) (10:4C) [15:10:52:652]: Note: 1: 2205 2:  3: MsiPatchMetadata
MSI (s) (10:4C) [15:10:52:652]: SequencePatches returns success.
MSI (s) (10:4C) [15:10:52:652]: Final Patch Application Order:
MSI (s) (10:4C) [15:10:52:652]: {27D7A8D0-8E28-4A2A-A1D4-473E31DF6438} -
MSI (s) (10:4C) [15:10:52:652]: {73E81413-5A7E-40A3-9BD5-821ADDF30B10} -
MSI (s) (10:4C) [15:10:52:652]: {D448DFE1-B83E-4394-9484-25563EFBF58D} -
MSI (s) (10:4C) [15:10:52:652]: Machine policy value 'DisablePatch' is 0
MSI (s) (10:4C) [15:10:52:652]: Machine policy value 'AllowLockdownPatch' is 0
MSI (s) (10:4C) [15:10:52:652]: Machine policy value 'DisableLUAPatching' is 0
MSI (s) (10:4C) [15:10:52:653]: Machine policy value 'DisableFlyWeightPatching' is 0
MSI (s) (10:4C) [15:10:52:653]: Looking for patch transform: 90006E0401000015.0.4569.1506
DEBUG: Error 2746:  Transform 90006E0401000015.0.4569.1506 invalid for package C:\Windows\Installer\bfb379.msi. Expected product {90150000-006E-0401-0000-0000000FF1CE}, found product {90150000-012C-0000-0000-0000000FF1CE}.
MSI (s) (10:4C) [15:10:52:653]: Skipping validation for patch transform #90006E0401000015.0.4569.1506.  Will not apply because previous transform was invalid
MSI (s) (10:4C) [15:10:52:653]: Looking for patch transform: 90006E0401000015.0.4420.1017
1: 2746 2: 90006E0401000015.0.4569.1506 3: C:\Windows\Installer\bfb379.msi 4: {90150000-006E-0401-0000-0000000FF1CE} 5: {90150000-012C-0000-0000-0000000FF1CE}
DEBUG: Error 2746:  Transform 90006E0401000015.0.4420.1017 invalid for package C:\Windows\Installer\bfb379.msi. Expected product {90150000-006E-0401-0000-0000000FF1CE}, found product {90150000-012C-0000-0000-0000000FF1CE}.
MSI (s) (10:4C) [15:10:52:654]: Skipping validation for patch transform #90006E0401000015.0.4420.1017.  Will not apply because previous transform was invalid
MSI (s) (10:4C) [15:10:52:654]: Looking for patch transform: 90006E0402000015.0.4481.1005
1: 2746 2: 90006E0401000015.0.4420.1017 3: C:\Windows\Installer\bfb379.msi 4: {90150000-006E-0401-0000-0000000FF1CE} 5: {90150000-012C-0000-0000-0000000FF1CE}
DEBUG: Error 2746:  Transform 90006E0402000015.0.4481.1005 invalid for package C:\Windows\Installer\bfb379.msi. Expected product {90150000-006E-0402-0000-0000000FF1CE}, found product {90150000-012C-0000-0000-0000000FF1CE}.
MSI (s) (10:4C) [15:10:52:654]: Skipping validation for patch transform #90006E0402000015.0.4481.1005.  Will not apply because previous transform was invalid
MSI (s) (10:4C) [15:10:52:654]: Looking for patch transform: 90006E0402000015.0.4569.1506
1: 2746 2: 90006E0402000015.0.4481.1005 3: C:\Windows\Installer\bfb379.msi 4: {90150000-006E-0402-0000-0000000FF1CE} 5: {90150000-012C-0000-0000-0000000FF1CE}
DEBUG: Error 2746:  Transform 90006E0402000015.0.4569.1506 invalid for package C:\Windows\Installer\bfb379.msi. Expected product {90150000-006E-0402-0000-0000000FF1CE}, found product {90150000-012C-0000-0000-0000000FF1CE}.
MSI (s) (10:4C) [15:10:52:655]: Skipping validation for patch transform #90006E0402000015.0.4569.1506.  Will not apply because previous transform was invalid
MSI (s) (10:4C) [15:10:52:655]: Looking for patch transform: 90006E0402000015.0.4505.1008
1: 2746 2: 90006E0402000015.0.4569.1506 3: C:\Windows\Installer\bfb379.msi 4: {90150000-006E-0402-0000-0000000FF1CE} 5: {90150000-012C-0000-0000-0000000FF1CE}
DEBUG: Error 2746:  Transform 90006E0402000015.0.4505.1008 invalid for package C:\Windows\Installer\bfb379.msi. Expected product {90150000-006E-0402-0000-0000000FF1CE}, found product {90150000-012C-0000-0000-0000000FF1CE}.
MSI (s) (10:4C) [15:10:52:655]: Skipping validation for patch transform #90006E0402000015.0.4505.1008.  Will not apply because previous transform was invalid
MSI (s) (10:4C) [15:10:52:655]: Looking for patch transform: 90006E0402000015.0.4454.1509
1: 2746 2: 90006E0402000015.0.4505.1008 3: C:\Windows\Installer\bfb379.msi 4: {90150000-006E-0402-0000-0000000FF1CE} 5: {90150000-012C-0000-0000-0000000FF1CE}
DEBUG: Error 2746:  Transform 90006E0402000015.0.4454.1509 invalid for package C:\Windows\Installer\bfb379.msi. Expected product {90150000-006E-0402-0000-0000000FF1CE}, found product {90150000-012C-0000-0000-0000000FF1CE}.
MSI (s) (10:4C) [15:10:52:655]: Skipping validation for patch transform #90006E0402000015.0.4454.1509.  Will not apply because previous transform was invalid
MSI (s) (10:4C) [15:10:52:655]: Looking for patch transform: 90006E0405000015.0.4481.1005
1: 2746 2: 90006E0402000015.0.4454.1509 3: C:\Windows\Installer\bfb379.msi 4: {90150000-006E-0402-0000-0000000FF1CE} 5: {90150000-012C-0000-0000-0000000FF1CE}
DEBUG: Error 2746:  Transform 90006E0405000015.0.4481.1005 invalid for package C:\Windows\Installer\bfb379.msi. Expected product {90150000-006E-0405-0000-0000000FF1CE}, found product {90150000-012C-0000-0000-0000000FF1CE}.
MSI (s) (10:4C) [15:10:52:656]: Skipping validation for patch transform #90006E0405000015.0.4481.1005.  Will not apply because previous transform was invalid
MSI (s) (10:4C) [15:10:52:656]: Looking for patch transform: 90006E0405000015.0.4569.1506
1: 2746 2: 90006E0405000015.0.4481.1005 3: C:\Windows\Installer\bfb379.msi 4: {90150000-006E-0405-0000-0000000FF1CE} 5: {90150000-012C-0000-0000-0000000FF1CE}
DEBUG: Error 2746:  Transform 90006E0405000015.0.4569.1506 invalid for package C:\Windows\Installer\bfb379.msi. Expected product {90150000-006E-0405-0000-0000000FF1CE}, found product {90150000-012C-0000-0000-0000000FF1CE}.
MSI (s) (10:4C) [15:10:52:656]: Skipping validation for patch transform #90006E0405000015.0.4569.1506.  Will not apply because previous transform was invalid
MSI (s) (10:4C) [15:10:52:656]: Looking for patch transform: 90006E0405000015.0.4505.1008
1: 2746 2: 90006E0405000015.0.4569.1506 3: C:\Windows\Installer\bfb379.msi 4: {90150000-006E-0405-0000-0000000FF1CE} 5: {90150000-012C-0000-0000-0000000FF1CE}
DEBUG: Error 2746:  Transform 90006E0405000015.0.4505.1008 invalid for package C:\Windows\Installer\bfb379.msi. Expected product {90150000-006E-0405-0000-0000000FF1CE}, found product {90150000-012C-0000-0000-0000000FF1CE}.
MSI (s) (10:4C) [15:10:52:656]: Skipping validation for patch transform #90006E0405000015.0.4505.1008.  Will not apply because previous transform was invalid
MSI (s) (10:4C) [15:10:52:656]: Looking for patch transform: 90006E0405000015.0.4454.1004
1: 2746 2: 90006E0405000015.0.4505.1008 3: C:\Windows\Installer\bfb379.msi 4: {90150000-006E-0405-0000-0000000FF1CE} 5: {90150000-012C-0000-0000-0000000FF1CE}
DEBUG: Error 2746:  Transform 90006E0405000015.0.4454.1004 invalid for package C:\Windows\Installer\bfb379.msi. Expected product {90150000-006E-0405-0000-0000000FF1CE}, found product {90150000-012C-0000-0000-0000000FF1CE}.
MSI (s) (10:4C) [15:10:52:657]: Skipping validation for patch transform #90006E0405000015.0.4454.1004.  Will not apply because previous transform was invalid
MSI (s) (10:4C) [15:10:52:657]: Looking for patch transform: 90006E0406000015.0.4481.1005
1: 2746 2: 90006E0405000015.0.4454.1004 3: C:\Windows\Installer\bfb379.msi 4: {90150000-006E-0405-0000-0000000FF1CE} 5: {90150000-012C-0000-0000-0000000FF1CE}
DEBUG: Error 2746:  Transform 90006E0406000015.0.4481.1005 invalid for package C:\Windows\Installer\bfb379.msi. Expected product {90150000-006E-0406-0000-0000000FF1CE}, found product {90150000-012C-0000-0000-0000000FF1CE}.
MSI (s) (10:4C) [15:10:52:657]: Skipping validation for patch transform #90006E0406000015.0.4481.1005.  Will not apply because previous transform was invalid
MSI (s) (10:4C) [15:10:52:657]: Looking for patch transform: 90006E0406000015.0.4569.1506
1: 2746 2: 90006E0406000015.0.4481.1005 3: C:\Windows\Installer\bfb379.msi 4: {90150000-006E-0406-0000-0000000FF1CE} 5: {90150000-012C-0000-0000-0000000FF1CE}
DEBUG: Error 2746:  Transform 90006E0406000015.0.4569.1506 invalid for package C:\Windows\Installer\bfb379.msi. Expected product {90150000-006E-0406-0000-0000000FF1CE}, found product {90150000-012C-0000-0000-0000000FF1CE}.
MSI (s) (10:4C) [15:10:52:657]: Skipping validation for patch transform #90006E0406000015.0.4569.1506.  Will not apply because previous transform was invalid
MSI (s) (10:4C) [15:10:52:657]: Looking for patch transform: 90006E0406000015.0.4433.1507
1: 2746 2: 90006E0406000015.0.4569.1506 3: C:\Windows\Installer\bfb379.msi 4: {90150000-006E-0406-0000-0000000FF1CE} 5: {90150000-012C-0000-0000-0000000FF1CE}
DEBUG: Error 2746:  Transform 90006E0406000015.0.4433.1507 invalid for package C:\Windows\Installer\bfb379.msi. Expected product {90150000-006E-0406-0000-0000000FF1CE}, found product {90150000-012C-0000-0000-0000000FF1CE}.
MSI (s) (10:4C) [15:10:52:658]: Skipping validation for patch transform #90006E0406000015.0.4433.1507.  Will not apply because previous transform was invalid
MSI (s) (10:4C) [15:10:52:658]: Looking for patch transform: 90006E0406000015.0.4505.1008
1: 2746 2: 90006E0406000015.0.4433.1507 3: C:\Windows\Installer\bfb379.msi 4: {90150000-006E-0406-0000-0000000FF1CE} 5: {90150000-012C-0000-0000-0000000FF1CE}
DEBUG: Error 2746:  Transform 90006E0406000015.0.4505.1008 invalid for package C:\Windows\Installer\bfb379.msi. Expected product {90150000-006E-0406-0000-0000000FF1CE}, found product {90150000-012C-0000-0000-0000000FF1CE}.
MSI (s) (10:4C) [15:10:52:658]: Skipping validation for patch transform #90006E0406000015.0.4505.1008.  Will not apply because previous transform was invalid
MSI (s) (10:4C) [15:10:52:658]: Looking for patch transform: 90006E0407000015.0.4569.1506
1: 2746 2: 90006E0406000015.0.4505.1008 3: C:\Windows\Installer\bfb379.msi 4: {90150000-006E-0406-0000-0000000FF1CE} 5: {90150000-012C-0000-0000-0000000FF1CE}
DEBUG: Error 2746:  Transform 90006E0407000015.0.4569.1506 invalid for package C:\Windows\Installer\bfb379.msi. Expected product {90150000-006E-0407-0000-0000000FF1CE}, found product {90150000-012C-0000-0000-0000000FF1CE}.
MSI (s) (10:4C) [15:10:52:658]: Skipping validation for patch transform #90006E0407000015.0.4569.1506.  Will not apply because previous transform was invalid
MSI (s) (10:4C) [15:10:52:658]: Looking for patch transform: 90006E0407000015.0.4420.1017
1: 2746 2: 90006E0407000015.0.4569.1506 3: C:\Windows\Installer\bfb379.msi 4: {90150000-006E-0407-0000-0000000FF1CE} 5: {90150000-012C-0000-0000-0000000FF1CE}
DEBUG: Error 2746:  Transform 90006E0407000015.0.4420.1017 invalid for package C:\Windows\Installer\bfb379.msi. Expected product {90150000-006E-0407-0000-0000000FF1CE}, found product {90150000-012C-0000-0000-0000000FF1CE}.
MSI (s) (10:4C) [15:10:52:659]: Skipping validation for patch transform #90006E0407000015.0.4420.1017.  Will not apply because previous transform was invalid
MSI (s) (10:4C) [15:10:52:659]: Looking for patch transform: 90006E0408000015.0.4481.1005
1: 2746 2: 90006E0407000015.0.4420.1017 3: C:\Windows\Installer\bfb379.msi 4: {90150000-006E-0407-0000-0000000FF1CE} 5: {90150000-012C-0000-0000-0000000FF1CE}
DEBUG: Error 2746:  Transform 90006E0408000015.0.4481.1005 invalid for package C:\Windows\Installer\bfb379.msi. Expected product {90150000-006E-0408-0000-0000000FF1CE}, found product {90150000-012C-0000-0000-0000000FF1CE}.
MSI (s) (10:4C) [15:10:52:659]: Skipping validation for patch transform #90006E0408000015.0.4481.1005.  Will not apply because previous transform was invalid
MSI (s) (10:4C) [15:10:52:659]: Looking for patch transform: 90006E0408000015.0.4569.1506
1: 2746 2: 90006E0408000015.0.4481.1005 3: C:\Windows\Installer\bfb379.msi 4: {90150000-006E-0408-0000-0000000FF1CE} 5: {90150000-012C-0000-0000-0000000FF1CE}
DEBUG: Error 2746:  Transform 90006E0408000015.0.4569.1506 invalid for package C:\Windows\Installer\bfb379.msi. Expected product {90150000-006E-0408-0000-0000000FF1CE}, found product {90150000-012C-0000-0000-0000000FF1CE}.
MSI (s) (10:4C) [15:10:52:660]: Skipping validation for patch transform #90006E0408000015.0.4569.1506.  Will not apply because previous transform was invalid
MSI (s) (10:4C) [15:10:52:660]: Looking for patch transform: 90006E0408000015.0.4505.1008
1: 2746 2: 90006E0408000015.0.4569.1506 3: C:\Windows\Installer\bfb379.msi 4: {90150000-006E-0408-0000-0000000FF1CE} 5: {90150000-012C-0000-0000-0000000FF1CE}
DEBUG: Error 2746:  Transform 90006E0408000015.0.4505.1008 invalid for package C:\Windows\Installer\bfb379.msi. Expected product {90150000-006E-0408-0000-0000000FF1CE}, found product {90150000-012C-0000-0000-0000000FF1CE}.
MSI (s) (10:4C) [15:10:52:660]: Skipping validation for patch transform #90006E0408000015.0.4505.1008.  Will not apply because previous transform was invalid
MSI (s) (10:4C) [15:10:52:660]: Looking for patch transform: 90006E0408000015.0.4454.1004
1: 2746 2: 90006E0408000015.0.4505.1008 3: C:\Windows\Installer\bfb379.msi 4: {90150000-006E-0408-0000-0000000FF1CE} 5: {90150000-012C-0000-0000-0000000FF1CE}
DEBUG: Error 2746:  Transform 90006E0408000015.0.4454.1004 invalid for package C:\Windows\Installer\bfb379.msi. Expected product {90150000-006E-0408-0000-0000000FF1CE}, found product {90150000-012C-0000-0000-0000000FF1CE}.
MSI (s) (10:4C) [15:10:52:660]: Skipping validation for patch transform #90006E0408000015.0.4454.1004.  Will not apply because previous transform was invalid
MSI (s) (10:4C) [15:10:52:660]: Looking for patch transform: 90006E0409000015.0.4569.1506
1: 2746 2: 90006E0408000015.0.4454.1004 3: C:\Windows\Installer\bfb379.msi 4: {90150000-006E-0408-0000-0000000FF1CE} 5: {90150000-012C-0000-0000-0000000FF1CE}
DEBUG: Error 2746:  Transform 90006E0409000015.0.4569.1506 invalid for package C:\Windows\Installer\bfb379.msi. Expected product {90150000-006E-0409-0000-0000000FF1CE}, found product {90150000-012C-0000-0000-0000000FF1CE}.
MSI (s) (10:4C) [15:10:52:661]: Skipping validation for patch transform #90006E0409000015.0.4569.1506.  Will not apply because previous transform was invalid
MSI (s) (10:4C) [15:10:52:661]: Looking for patch transform: 90006E0409000015.0.4420.1017
1: 2746 2: 90006E0409000015.0.4569.1506 3: C:\Windows\Installer\bfb379.msi 4: {90150000-006E-0409-0000-0000000FF1CE} 5: {90150000-012C-0000-0000-0000000FF1CE}
DEBUG: Error 2746:  Transform 90006E0409000015.0.4420.1017 invalid for package C:\Windows\Installer\bfb379.msi. Expected product {90150000-006E-0409-0000-0000000FF1CE}, found product {90150000-012C-0000-0000-0000000FF1CE}.
MSI (s) (10:4C) [15:10:52:661]: Skipping validation for patch transform #90006E0409000015.0.4420.1017.  Will not apply because previous transform was invalid
MSI (s) (10:4C) [15:10:52:661]: Looking for patch transform: 90006E0C0A000015.0.4569.1506
1: 2746 2: 90006E0409000015.0.4420.1017 3: C:\Windows\Installer\bfb379.msi 4: {90150000-006E-0409-0000-0000000FF1CE} 5: {90150000-012C-0000-0000-0000000FF1CE}
DEBUG: Error 2746:  Transform 90006E0C0A000015.0.4569.1506 invalid for package C:\Windows\Installer\bfb379.msi. Expected product {90150000-006E-0C0A-0000-0000000FF1CE}, found product {90150000-012C-0000-0000-0000000

MSI (s) (10:20) [15:16:59:072]: Transforming table Error.
MSI (s) (10:20) [15:16:59:072]: Note: 1: 2262 2: Error 3: -2147287038
MSI (s) (10:20) [15:16:59:072]: Transforming table Error.
MSI (s) (10:20) [15:16:59:072]: Note: 1: 2262 2: Error 3: -2147287038
MSI (s) (10:20) [15:16:59:072]: Transforming table Error.
MSI (s) (10:20) [15:16:59:072]: Note: 1: 2262 2: Error 3: -2147287038
MSI (s) (10:20) [15:16:59:073]: Transforming table Error.
MSI (s) (10:20) [15:16:59:073]: Note: 1: 2262 2: Error 3: -2147287038
MSI (s) (10:20) [15:16:59:073]: Transforming table Error.
MSI (s) (10:20) [15:16:59:073]: Note: 1: 2262 2: Error 3: -2147287038
MSI (s) (10:20) [15:16:59:073]: Transforming table Error.
MSI (s) (10:20) [15:16:59:073]: Note: 1: 2262 2: Error 3: -2147287038
MSI (s) (10:20) [15:16:59:073]: Transforming table Error.
MSI (s) (10:20) [15:16:59:074]: Transforming table Error.
MSI (s) (10:20) [15:16:59:074]: Note: 1: 2262 2: Error 3: -2147287038
MSI (s) (10:20) [15:16:59:074]: Transforming table Error.
MSI (s) (10:20) [15:16:59:074]: Note: 1: 2262 2: Error 3: -2147287038
MSI (s) (10:20) [15:16:59:075]: Transforming table Error.
MSI (s) (10:20) [15:16:59:075]: Note: 1: 2262 2: Error 3: -2147287038
MSI (s) (10:20) [15:16:59:075]: Transforming table Error.
MSI (s) (10:20) [15:16:59:075]: Note: 1: 2262 2: Error 3: -2147287038
MSI (s) (10:20) [15:16:59:075]: Transforming table Error.
MSI (s) (10:20) [15:16:59:075]: Note: 1: 2262 2: Error 3: -2147287038
MSI (s) (10:20) [15:16:59:075]: Transforming table Error.
MSI (s) (10:20) [15:16:59:075]: Note: 1: 2262 2: Error 3: -2147287038
MSI (s) (10:20) [15:16:59:075]: Transforming table Error.
MSI (s) (10:20) [15:16:59:075]: Note: 1: 2262 2: Error 3: -2147287038
MSI (s) (10:20) [15:16:59:076]: Transforming table Error.
MSI (s) (10:20) [15:16:59:076]: Transforming table Error.
MSI (s) (10:20) [15:16:59:076]: Note: 1: 2262 2: Error 3: -2147287038
MSI (s) (10:20) [15:16:59:076]: Produkt: Microsoft Lync 2013 -- Das Entfernen ist fehlgeschlagen.
MSI (s) (10:20) [15:16:59:077]: Das Produkt wurde durch Windows Installer entfernt. Produktname: Microsoft Lync 2013. Produktversion: 15.0.4569.1506. Produktsprache: 0. Hersteller: Microsoft Corporation. Erfolg- bzw. Fehlerstatus der Deinstallation: 1603.
MSI (s) (10:20) [15:16:59:079]: Attempting to delete file C:\Windows\Installer\bfb5a2.mst
MSI (s) (10:20) [15:16:59:085]: Deferring clean up of packages/files, if any exist
MSI (s) (10:20) [15:16:59:085]: Attempting to delete file C:\Windows\Installer\bfb5a2.mst
MSI (s) (10:20) [15:16:59:085]: Unable to delete the file outside of the engine. LastError = 2
MSI (s) (10:20) [15:16:59:085]: MainEngineThread is returning 1603
MSI (s) (10:4C) [15:16:59:089]: RESTART MANAGER: Session closed.
MSI (s) (10:4C) [15:16:59:089]: No System Restore sequence number for this installation.
=== Protokollierung beendet: 24.11.2014  15:16:59 ===
MSI (s) (10:4C) [15:16:59:090]: User policy value 'DisableRollback' is 0
MSI (s) (10:4C) [15:16:59:090]: Machine policy value 'DisableRollback' is 0
MSI (s) (10:4C) [15:16:59:090]: Incrementing counter to disable shutdown. Counter after increment: 0


Answered 11/24/2014 by: Sinimini
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Hey,

try this:
MsiExec.exe /i {90150000-0011-0000-0000-0000000FF1CE} REMOVE=Lync_CoreDesktop /qn
MsiExec.exe /i {90150000-0011-0000-0000-0000000FF1CE} REMOVE=Lync_CoreFiles /qn

The sting {901.....} depends on your office Version, this is for 2013 Pro Plus 32bit.

I hope this will help you
{90150000-0011-0000-0000-0000000FF1CE}
90150000-0011-0000-0000-0000000FF1CE}
90150000-0011-0000-0000-0000000FF1CE}
Answered 11/27/2014 by: DKur
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