Possible to uninstall Client Security using GPO in unattended mode ?

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Possible to uninstall Client Security using GPO in unattended mode ?

Hi, Jamesh.

 

I also had the same problem so I used the recommended tool and it worked fine on one PC.
I would like to know if it's possible to use it in a GPO so that the uninstall can be run in unattended mode under user's credentials.

 

I intend to reinstall a new version of F-Secure Server and Client as soon as possible, meanwhille, I need to uninstall it because  I am having trouble on some features that were deployed through Policy Manager which I've lost access.

 

Thanks in advance.

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Re: Possible to uninstall Client Security using GPO in unattended mode ?

Hi Rick_Nit

 

I would suggest to use an administrator credential.

 

If you use PowerShell:
Use PowerShell to Uninstall Software: https://blogs.technet.microsoft.com/heyscriptingguy/2011/12/14/use-powershell-to-find-and-uninstall-...

F-Secure Uninstaller Path: "C:\Program Files (x86)\F-Secure\Uninstall\fsuninst.exe"


If you use GPO:
use following commands for a .bat script:

start C:\"program files"\F-Secure\Uninstall\fsuninst.EXE /UninstRegKey:"F-Secure Spam Scanner" -a
start C:\"program files"\F-Secure\Uninstall\fsuninst.EXE /UninstRegKey:"F-Secure Software Updater" -a
start C:\"program files"\F-Secure\Uninstall\fsuninst.EXE /UninstRegKey:"F-Secure E-mail Scanning" -a
start C:\"program files"\F-Secure\Uninstall\fsuninst.EXE /UninstRegKey:"F-Secure Browsing Protection" -a
start C:\"program files"\F-Secure\Uninstall\fsuninst.EXE /UninstRegKey:"F-Secure HIPS" -a
start C:\"program files"\F-Secure\Uninstall\fsuninst.EXE /UninstRegKey:"F-Secure Protocol Scanner" -a
start C:\"program files"\F-Secure\Uninstall\fsuninst.EXE /UninstRegKey:"F-Secure Internet Shield" -a
start C:\"program files"\F-Secure\Uninstall\fsuninst.EXE /UninstRegKey:"F-Secure Anti-Virus" -a

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Re: Possible to uninstall Client Security using GPO in unattended mode ?

Hi Rick_Nit

 

I would suggest to use an administrator credential.

 

If you use PowerShell:
Use PowerShell to Uninstall Software: https://blogs.technet.microsoft.com/heyscriptingguy/2011/12/14/use-powershell-to-find-and-uninstall-...

F-Secure Uninstaller Path: "C:\Program Files (x86)\F-Secure\Uninstall\fsuninst.exe"


If you use GPO:
use following commands for a .bat script:

start C:\"program files"\F-Secure\Uninstall\fsuninst.EXE /UninstRegKey:"F-Secure Spam Scanner" -a
start C:\"program files"\F-Secure\Uninstall\fsuninst.EXE /UninstRegKey:"F-Secure Software Updater" -a
start C:\"program files"\F-Secure\Uninstall\fsuninst.EXE /UninstRegKey:"F-Secure E-mail Scanning" -a
start C:\"program files"\F-Secure\Uninstall\fsuninst.EXE /UninstRegKey:"F-Secure Browsing Protection" -a
start C:\"program files"\F-Secure\Uninstall\fsuninst.EXE /UninstRegKey:"F-Secure HIPS" -a
start C:\"program files"\F-Secure\Uninstall\fsuninst.EXE /UninstRegKey:"F-Secure Protocol Scanner" -a
start C:\"program files"\F-Secure\Uninstall\fsuninst.EXE /UninstRegKey:"F-Secure Internet Shield" -a
start C:\"program files"\F-Secure\Uninstall\fsuninst.EXE /UninstRegKey:"F-Secure Anti-Virus" -a

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Re: Possible to uninstall Client Security using GPO in unattended mode ?

Thank you very much!