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    Removing bonjour

    I seem to have bojour stuck is a state where it will not uninstall or upgrade how do I manual force to uninstall or upgrade? All the other components of i tunes are successfully working via group policy deployment. I have tried a Manuel uninstall but it still appears in the programs and features list.
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    You could search for it in the registry (as it's labelled in Add/Remove Programs) and delete the whole entry. Refresh Add/Remove Programs, and it should no longer be there. Now try re-installing Bonjour.

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    Do you receive an error during the uninstall? I have seen this come up where the service for Bonjour will not delete properly, but you can manually delete it ("Sc delete "Bonjour Service"") and then rerun the uninstaller.

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