I am attempting to create a script on a KACE 1000 box to uninstall Citrix Presentation Server Client (10.200.2650). The issue we're running into is that Citrix Presentation Server Client (10.200.2650) was originally published via active directory and users would install by going into Add/Remove programs, so the client is installed per user, so we are unable to create an uninstall script to uninstall as an administrator. If logged in as the user, I can uninstall wiht the command: msiexec /uninstall {2624B680-02BC-4CBC-839C-DA20DF6EF6EC} /qn, but when I create the script in kace using this command, the client does not uninstall. Anyone out there with experience creating an uninstall distribution or script to uninstall an application that was originally installed per user?
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Try using an Online script ran as the currently logged on user?
Answered 09/08/2011 by: cblake
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We have been able to remove the Citrix Presentation Server by using the "run as currently logged in user" option, but that means that we have to run the script when the user is logged in and when the user is not running the Presentation Server Client software. With this config, we'd need to coordinate with the users to "stay logged in and don't use the software while we run this script". This prevents us from being able to execute this during periods when the pcs are idle, as the users will most likely not be logged in. I was hoping there was a way to run as administrator to remove all clients for all users so that we could fully automate the uninstall of the currently installed Presentation Server client followed by the installation of the latest Online Plugin.
Answered 11/21/2011 by: gjewers
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