hello guys-

i am trying to uninstall this software in kace i have one problem i dont have anything to upload so i can this push to work. i have the un-install command is there anyway i can create a batch file with the command then upload it to kace.  this what the command line look like MsiExec.exe /X{95140000-0070-0000-0000-0000000FF1CE}

 

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Have you seen this?

http://www.itninja.com/question/need-help-removing-chrome-frame-through-k1000

If you want you can upload a blank .txt file. So you can have something. Either that or checkmark "Also show software without an Associated File"

Answered 07/25/2012 by: dugullett
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  • The shot I put up on that one is thru distribution - managed installations. If you do not have the software in inventory, create a label and use that as the "software"
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+1 to dgullett's answer.

The nice thing about using the Custom Inventory item with the Managed Installs is that it will be a *lot* easier to track the uninstallation status of all of the (specified) machines.  I strongly encourage using this approach.

John

Answered 07/25/2012 by: jverbosk
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  • We have are now in the habit of creating an uninstall when we create any install distribution on the k1000
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i just wrote a scriot and then deploy instead

CLS
Echo This will uninstall Branch Utility components.
Echo Be sure the new BranchUtils.msi file(s) are in this batch file path.
REM The product code for Branch 3.0
call msiexec.exe /x {30993C1B-4A1E-4B12-960F-53DD10C09578} /passive

REM The product code for Branch 3.1.4
call msiexec.exe /x {4F7D91F9-676C-4D59-99D1-D354B99032FB} /passive

REM The product code for Branch 4.0.1
call msiexec.exe /x {005BD5EA-7F5E-4D52-8E62-6FB6CCFB323F} /passive

REM The product code for Branch 4.0/5.0.1/5.1
call msiexec.exe /x {F0CF4BA2-8F47-43DB-B0BE-28A5002E7097} /passive

REM The product code for Branch 5.2
call msiexec.exe /x {3AEF5018-9EE3-4FF3-BCD9-F4207F7A511F} /passive

REM The product code for Branch 5.2.1
call msiexec.exe /x {B4A5ACD8-A180-4BE9-BC05-30DA43C93315} /passive

REM The product code for IG for 5.1
call msiexec.exe /x {369AD8F9-F6CB-4793-87AB-BF7419A9C782} /passive

REM The product code for Branch 6.0
call msiexec.exe /x {3AEF5018-9EE3-4FF3-BCD9-F4207F7A511F} /passive

Echo Uninstall is Complete.
Echo Installing the new Branch Suite MSI version...
call msiexec.exe /i BranchSuiteUtils.msi /passive
Echo done!
005BD5EA-7F5E-4D52-8E62-6FB6CCFB323F

 

Answered 07/25/2012 by: brighstarcuit
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  • Why are you unnecessarily calling msiexec.exe multiple times and getting them captured in EventViewer.. Instead you can check whether these [ProductCode] are present in HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall hive or not..
    If the [ProdcutCode] is found under HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall key then you can call msiexec.exe to uninstall them..
  • This will also work in Powershell.

    $app = Get-WmiObject -Class Win32_Product | Where-Object { $_.Name -match "Software Name" } $app.Uninstall()
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