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We are going to rollout Corel Draw 12 soon and need to uninstall previous versions before doing so. I have versions 8 through 10 installed on different computer through out the company. Corel support was useless!

Any suggestions would be appreciated!
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I think we need a few more details before you get a useful answer.

How are you deploying? GPO, Altiris ,SMS etc.

How were the other versions deployed? repackaged as msi or sms or installed by hand with CD etc.
Answered 03/24/2004 by: MSIMaker
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The past versions were installed by hand from a CD or network share. Corel Draw version 12 will be rolled out with SMS utilizing the Windows Installer to make it unattended.

The primary version I would like to uninstall is version 8. This version supplies a uninst32.exe and what looks like an uninstall script: setup.log. I am hoping I can make this process unattended.

Thanks for any help you can provide!
dmathieu
Answered 03/24/2004 by: dmathieu
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You may be able to script the uninstall using SMS Installer.

Do a capture of the version 8 installation on a clean machine and that will give you a baseline to work with. You can use SMS Installer or Winstall to do that.
Then script the removal of the baseline and add it as a custom action within your Corel Draw 12 installation.
Answered 03/24/2004 by: MSIMaker
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We have Wise Package Studio, and I was going to install coreldraw 8 and have Wise watch the installation. Then I could use unwise.exe to uninstall it.

I am just concerned with this process, what do you think.

Thanks
dmathieu
Answered 03/25/2004 by: dmathieu
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I have never used unwise.exe before but I have used a CA to unistall files prior to an installation so it may work.
Answered 03/25/2004 by: MSIMaker
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