I am working as a part of a team which repackages applications & and
handles their deployment for our organisations internal use. Some of our
users require the Git 1.9.4, we are currently trying to install and
uninstall this application silently. I was able to handle the installation
silent using the switches *( /VERYSILENT /SUPPRESSMSGBOXES /NO CANCEL* etc)
However I am unable to handle the uninstallation quietly as I am getting
the following prompts:
1. Git Uninstall : Removing in-use Files
2. Uninstall Unable to delete file : “C:\....”.Please do it manually
after log off-log in again.
I had tried coupling the switches with the *unins000.exe *present under the
Install directory (C:\Program Files (x86)\Git\unins000.exe)
Is there any way this can be bypassed /Suppressed so that the
uninstallation can be handled silently?
While installing the application the shell extensions and context menu is
specific to the user it is being installed. Is there a way to make it
available for all users using the machine?
I was able to get the extensions in users when registering the
git_shell_ext.dll (32 Bit) using regsvr32 in that particular user.
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