Re: [wpkg-users] Check command

2009-06-12 Thread ds10025
Thanks Rainer for your hints. Using the batch file sound lkike a better idea to make sure all old version of Acrobat reader is remove. Just one more question. Removing Acrobat reader or any programs. I've notice with Acrobat Reader it needs msiexec /x {x} Where {} is a long idea

Re: [wpkg-users] Check command

2009-06-12 Thread Rainer Meier
Hi, ds10...@cam.ac.uk wrote: Where {} is a long idea code, where can I get the id code from I've checked registry. If you still have a machine where this old version is installed you can grab the uninstall code from its uninstall entry within the registry: For example on my system I found

Re: [wpkg-users] Check command

2009-06-11 Thread Rainer Meier
Hi ds10025 ds10...@cam.ac.uk wrote: Does the check command behave like a while loop. I'm trying to understand the flow of the script. Like WolframAlpha is used to say... I am not sure what do do with your input. ;-) Each package can define one or more checks. Checks can be combined using

Re: [wpkg-users] Check command

2009-06-11 Thread ds10025
Thanks Rainer I'm writing a script for Acrobat reader security updates using examples suplied. It need to look like:- While latest version of Acrobat reader is NOT install Remove old version Install new version Install any patches Endwhile Cobverting this

Re: [wpkg-users] Check command

2009-06-11 Thread Rainer Meier
Hi, Please respond to the list as well, so everybody can see your answers and might profit from the open discussions. ds10...@cam.ac.uk wrote: I think I began to understand what is going on. If I want WPKG to remove old version of Acrobat reader first. I put the remove command as before the