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WMIC commands not working in K1000 Scripting?

02/19/2020 234 views

I'm trying to uninstall some old app versions via WMIC name calls, but for whatever reason I simply cannot get it to run in K1000 scripting.  


Currently I'm running the following Online Script as System:

Launch $(KACE_SYS_DIR)\cmd.exe with params /c wmic product where name='Blue Jeans' call uninstall /nointeractive.


If I run the parameters locally it works every time, but through KACE, scripting reports complete but the program never uninstalls.  Anybody know what's going on?



I've tried running offline, online as a local admin instead of System, and I've tried running as a batch file instead of launching CMD with parameters, but I just can't get it to work via the K1000.



I'm trying to do it this way to avoid having to create a batch file with several dozen uninstall strings listed in a row.

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This works for me fine

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Answered 02/20/2020 by: akmagnum
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  • Welp,

    I copied your microsoft silverlight line to test, the only difference being you're using like to my ='s, and it worked. So I switched over silverlight to Blue Jeans, and low and behold it failed to work.


    However, when I run the exact same line locally it works.

    What's weird is a bunch of our other scripts that uninstall with WMIC have stopped working as well through K1000, but yet that silverlight one worked...

    edit: nevermind i'm an idiot. Both BlueJeans and the other two apps I'm working with were installed to %appdata% so it has to be run as the logged in user.
 
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