To silently uninstall this product, I tried calling the executable referenced in its UninstallString at:
This turned out to only remove a few files and left the program listed in the Programs and Features control panel.
Using a (possibly now-defunct) tool called InstallWatch, I manually uninstalled the product through the control panel and let InstallWatch tell me what changed. It saw two INI files created and deleted which contained the following command lines:
"C:\Program Files\Common Files\LogiShrd\sp6\UnInstaller.exe" /s /uninstall=yes
"C:\Program Files\Common Files\LogiShrd\sp6_Uninstall\MUnInstaller.exe" /s /uninstall=yes
Calling these two commands uninstalled the product, but left behind a Start Menu folder and shortcut, and a file inside C:\Program Files\Common Files\LogiShrd\.
I added code to my deployment script to delete the Start Menu folder and Common Files folder. This resulted in as clean an uninstall as I think is possible.
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