Trying to uninstall and install an older version agent via script
I know how this may sound weird, but here goes. We currently have around 200 machines that use File Synchronization. We were using the 10.0 agent with no issue. I made the silly mistake of having them auto update to 11.0 (Beta, I know). However, when that happened, the file sync is now intermittent and deleting random files every time that the devices check in.
Now to the fun part.... I am trying to uninstall KACE and reinstall, through KACE. I know that sounds really weird, but hear me out. I created a batch file stored outside of the KACE install location. I then used a script to call on the batch file (which I should think would run all the way through.) However, when I get to the part where KACE is uninstalled, I believe it stops. I'm guessing it is because KACE somehow is hosting the batch file. I'm not exactly sure if that is what is happening. I am wondering if anyone else has experience with this and what they have done. I would rather not have to roll back by manually uninstalling/reinstalling the agent on around 200 machines.
Again, this is what I did... Put batch files and other files synced to a location outside of the KACE installation. Call the batch file (not in KACE) from a script. Batch file gets to where KACE is uninstalled and then stops. Anyone have any similar things that they have done that have worked?