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    Exclamation Windows Live Movie Maker 2012

    I have walked into a bit of a mess.

    A colleague has installed windows live movie maker 2012 via EXE file from SCCM 2012 network wide. It was installed without testing and the install doesn’t work.

    I was wondering has anyone removed windows live movie maker 2012 EXE or another exe install from SCCM? If so how?

    Thanks in advance

    Russell
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    Get a client with it installed. Regedit.
    HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\software\microsoft\windows\unin stall (assuming 32 bit os and application if not look for syswow64 under software). Find the guid for windows movie maker. Find uninstall string. See if you run the command silently even better if its a msi.

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    I think you can use the /cleanup:all /q for the uninstall. I can't remember if the packages has an uninstall command option?

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    Thanks for the help guys seems to be working now


    For the install i downloaded the offline installation and used the follwoing command - wlsetup-all.exe /q /AppSelect:MovieMaker /NOTOOLBARCEIP /NOSEARCH /NOHOMEPAGE /NOCEIP /NOMU /NOLAUNCH

    for unistall i used the following with thanks to Pashers - wlsetup-all.exe /q /cleanup:all /q

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pashers View Post
    I can't remember if the packages has an uninstall command option?
    It does.

    Code:
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    wlsetup-all.exe /AppSelect:PhotoGallery,MovieMaker /NoHomepage /NoLaunch /NoSearch /NoMU /NoCEIP /NoToolbarCEIP /Silent
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    "%ProgramFiles(x86)%\Windows Live\Installer\wlarp.exe" /Cleanup:All /q
    @Russell83uk. There are too many /q's in your uninstall command.

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    @Russell83uk. There are too many /q's in your uninstall command. [/QUOTE]

    I know it was a typo ha

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