Updated script/instructions to uninstall F-Secure using Group Policy or Powershell?
edited September 2020 in F-Secure Elements Endpoint Protection
I have seen older threads explaining how to remove the software using GPO/Powershell but none seem to work for me.
My goal is to uninstall F-Secure Computer Protection (v 20.4) from the computers in our domain. Any help would be appreciated.
Can you please describe what steps you used ?
You can follow the steps below to uninstall client software with an Active Directory Group Policy Object
- On the Windows Taskbar, click Start > All Programs > Administrative Tools > Group Policy Management.
- The version of Windows that you use may display Programs instead of All Programs in the Start menu.
- In the Group Policy Management window, in the console tree, expand the domain, expand Computer Configuration, expand Software Settings, right-click Software Installation, and then click Properties.
- On the Advanced tab, check Uninstall this application when it falls out of the scope of management, and then click OK.
- In the right pane, right-click the software package, and then click Remove.
- In the Remove Software dialogue box, check Immediately uninstall the software from users and computers, and then click OK.
- Close the Group Policy Object Editor window, and then close the Group Policy Management window.
- Note: The software uninstalls when the client computers are restarted.
I appreciate your response. The solution I attempted to use was this one:
The solution you posted in this thread doesn't help me because F-Secure wasn't installed via GPO. I believe the solution for me would be to create a startup script, but nothing I've tried so far is working. Any help would be appreciated.
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