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Remove Continuum Agent Software 1.0.1

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This script will trigger removal for the following applications (in this order):
ITSupport247*Gateway
ITSupport247*MSMA
ITSupport247*DPMA
ITSupport247*
ITSPlatform
LogMeIn

This is just using a generic PowerShell script I made that searches for applications by name and then runs their uninstaller command. It has no specific knowledge of the applications.

  • If the command uses msiexec, it will make sure that the action is uninstall (/x) and it will ensure it runs silently. (adds /quiet /norestart, removes any other /q* parameter).
  • If the command is anything else, it will just add the "/s" parameter if there is not already a parameter like "/s*" in the command.
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OK Let me ask this;  How is this script installed ?    I downloaded, installed how I thought appropriate, but it didn't put any "if/then/else" statements into the script formation.

Not sure I want to run a script when I can't see what it's doing...

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On 10/2/2018 at 10:57 AM, Rick Smith navitend said:

OK Let me ask this;  How is this script installed ?    I downloaded, installed how I thought appropriate, but it didn't put any "if/then/else" statements into the script formation.

Not sure I want to run a script when I can't see what it's doing...

You shouldn’t run a script you can’t see, but there is no reason you shouldn’t be able to read the script. You import the standard way by going to System-> Import-> XML File. Try importing twice (no, it shouldn’t matter) and restart Control Center. Then locate and open the script. If you still have trouble maybe jump into the LabTechGeek Slack, and ask in the Scripting channel.

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Can you upload just the powershell piece of this without the need for connectwise automate I prefer to handle this manually or include it in the zip.

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Just import the script, open it, and copy out the powershell.

I mean, honestly... “I don’t like the way this is bundled. Bundle it differently so that I don’t have to take 4 minutes of my time to do the same steps I’m asking to be done.” 

¯\_(ツ)_/¯ 

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