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Systems Management Question


Removing software from computers on network?

03/09/2018 1107 views
Hi

I'm very new to all this Kace stuff so please forgive me if this is a question with an obvious answer..

My organisation has decided they no longer want Firefox on any of our systems - How can I pull a list of devices that have firefox installed and how can I then get Kace to uninstall that software (assuming that is possible)?

Thanks in advance
Tim
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Once you log into KACE, expand Inventory and choose Software.  From there you can type Firefox in the search box to the upper right of the window.  That will narrow down the software list to all Firefox version KACE is aware of and show you which versions are installed and on which PCs.

If you expand Scripting and choose Configuration Policies, you can choose the Uninstaller option at the bottom to build scripts to remove Firefox from PCs.  There is a drop down box and you can type Firefox and choose which version you want that script to remove (Many times multiple version use the same uninstall line so it could work for multiple versions)

Answered 03/09/2018 by: DaveMT
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