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HOW TO: Find Uninstall Strings

Here is something I came up with. Its a simple app that'll pull the uninstall strings from a remote or local computer. It does require .net 2.0 and is still under development. I'm putting it up here in the hope that it helps someone else out. 

The usage is pretty simple. There's a start button that'll get the uninstall strings. Right next to that there is a filter button. Type the name of the software you're looking for there. 

You can also select Edit -> Computer -> Remote. That'll open a box to type in the remote computer. Type the remote computer name and click go Remote.

The remote functionality requires the target machine to be running remote registry. Hint hint you can enable this with the K1 by running this as a script on the target machine. 
net start remoteregistry

Let me know what you guys think.
Here's the download link.


Comments

  • Brilliant! Saved and will give it a go next week at work. - Erroneus 12 years ago
  • I can see this being very helpful I hope to have time to test this out sometime this week. - shigbee 12 years ago
  • This is awesome. I think this will be very valuable. - WGM_Jeff 12 years ago
  • Bookmarked. Thanks - ohiosoundguy 12 years ago
  • Nice Job - dan@kace.com 12 years ago
  • Wonderful tool! - adilrathore 12 years ago
  • Wow this was just what i was looking for. is there sourcecode too? - jca1981 11 years ago
  • This is very cool...the K1000 is very cool.... I just have to learn all I can about all it can do.... - Thundarr72 10 years ago
  • SWEEEEEEEEEET thank you! - ITROCKS 10 years ago
  • Is it possible to display the steps in setting up a script in case to make use of the net start remoteregistry? - ITROCKS 10 years ago
    • Quick and dirty:

      Online Kscript, pick Windows as an OS. Under Policy or Job Rules, set your On Success to run a batch file. Paste "net start remoteregistry" in. Configure everything else the way you want it and run the script.

      Look here for videos on scripting and other K1000/K2000 topics: http://www.kace.com/support/resources/kb/article/kace-kontinuing-education-k1000-and-k2000-recordings - jknox 10 years ago
  • Thanks Jknox worked like a dream, and also thanks for the helpful link. - ITROCKS 10 years ago
  • AWESOME! Just what I needed! Thanks - dheck1961 10 years ago
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