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12/12/2018 477 views

Hi Folks,


I'm trying to uninstall Cisco Agent 10.0.1. I found uninstall string but I ran this this string it asks me to click on "ok" button. How do you guys know to suppress that windows or script to click ok button?


"C:\Program Files (x86)\InstallShield Installation Information\{4552299A-E92E-4543-A5C4-6A744F1F5E28}\setup.exe" -runfromtemp -l0x0009 -uninst -removeonly


Thanks in advance

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You need to crate a response file to 'click' the button.

Check out this guy.

https://www.itninja.com/blog/view/installshield-setup-silent-installation-switches


Answered 12/12/2018 by: rileyz
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Additionally, for InstallShield-driven installers, I never use the setup.exe that gets copied locally. I always use the original EXE with an uninstall.iss file: you can record an uninstallation as well as an installation. Also note that if the installer contains custom dialogs, i.e. additional to the built-in InstallShield ones, the resulting .ISS will probably not select any options that aren't defaults. Sometimes, it ignores the dialog altogether. You'll know that's the case when the log - not really a proper log, BTW, just a bizarre INI file-format log - records the 'Result Code' as -5. You'd expect that to be 'Access denied', right?

Long story short, unless the client insists, these apps get repackaged as MSIs.

Answered 12/13/2018 by: VBScab
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