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i have 2000 machines with different versions of google chrome. i want to standardize and update all versions to be the same. is there a script to push to update all versions the same

09/15/2015 1665 views
i have 2000 machines with different versions of google chrome. i want to standardize and update all versions to be the same. is there a script to push to update all versions the same
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Easy fix. Download the latest Google Chrome for Business .msi here

https://www.google.com/work/chrome/browser/

Deploy to targeted as a Managed Install/GPO/Whatever you use for deployments.

They will all have that baseline version.


Answered 09/16/2015 by: rockhead44
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i am actually using that same install, but i am looking for a script to remove any old version that may be user installed.
is there a script i can use.

thanks
Answered 09/16/2015 by: castane9
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  • You could create a batch file and run this script (test it first) before calling the Chrome .msi:

    Run this line in your batch file prior to calling the Google Chrome .msi

    WMIC product where "Name LIKE '%%Google Chrome%%'" call uninstall /nointeractive

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