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Uninstall Tool 2014

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04-04-2013 07:12 AM

We have a large base of Autodesk products installed. In 2013, we used uninstall tool  (C:\Program Files\Autodesk\Uninstall Tool 2013\InvCleanup.exe) to uninstall products in silent mode by a send to workstations a dos command like


"C:\Program Files\Autodesk\Uninstall Tool 2013\InvCleanup.exe" /qn


It wasn't a conventional method but it worked perfectly with a fast and simple uninstall.


In 2014 Uninstalltool.exe seems to be changed and I don't find solution to run it in silent mode with some arguements in dos or another way


Have you some correct arguments or other method to run uninstalltool.exe in silent mode ?

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Re: Uninstall Tool 2014

04-04-2013 06:26 PM in reply to: thomasseguin

The uninstall batch file is found in the SMS_SCCM scripts folder of the deployment.

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Re: Uninstall Tool 2014

04-04-2013 10:19 PM in reply to: thomasseguin

For deployment user, you can find a script folder under deployment Admin image folder, named "SMS_SCCM scripts", there is txt files named like #deploymentName#_Uninstall.txt to uninstall products which installed from the deployment.  How to turn the txt file into BAT file to run, you can follow the instruction in "Product_Uninstall_ReadMe.txt" (Which is attached)


For Uninstall Tool, there is no silent command yet.




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