I have gathered all of the product codes, but not sure how to script this. Can
you give me an example?
From: listsad...@lists.myitforum.com <listsad...@lists.myitforum.com> on behalf
of Eswar <es...@eskonr.com>
Sent: Monday, October 17, 2016 8:02:13 PM
Subject: Re: RE: [EXTERNAL][mssms] Live Meeting Uninstall
You can get the product ids of these different lync versions using sccm (simple
query on v_add_remove_programs will do this) and then create batch/cmd to pipe
all the product codes Into the script.
Script try to perform the uninstallstion on clients that has specific product
Msiexec /X productid /q /norestart
Adjust the parameters for msiexec accordingly.
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Tuesday, 18 October 2016, 04:53AM +08:00 from Matthew Varnado
Simple shell script solution (untested with this product, but works for other
wmic product where 'name like "%%Live Meeting%%"' call uninstall /nointeractive
note the single quotes around the logic phrase, and the double quotes around
the search string. Double % are used for the wildcards because if you do
single % it tries to find a variable by that name.
This also assumes only a single version would be installed at a time. Run
multiple times for multiple installs (if possible), or work out a FOR loop to
execute the command for each match found.
Another option (requiring a lot more research) is to find all the PIDS and do a
series of msiexec /x[PID] /qn commands.
Matt Varnado |
[mailto:listsad...@lists.myitforum.com] On Behalf Of Brian McDonald
Sent: Monday, October 17, 2016 2:27 PM
Subject: [EXTERNAL][mssms] Live Meeting Uninstall
Does anyone have a method or process for uninstalling ALL versions of Microsoft
Live Meeting. In my environment we have approximately 9 different versions of
Live Meeting. Since the installers are all MSI based, I was hoping there would
be an easy way to script/automate the uninstall so I would only require 1
single package to get the job done in SCCM.
When I say multiple versions, here is what I mean:
What would be the best way to package an uninstall script to tackle this? I
don't want to have multiple MSI uninstall packages. Can someone provide some
insight on to a recommended approach?
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