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Removing Firefox from a large amount of Servers

01/08/2016 1501 views
Hello,

I would like to make sure we don't have Firefox installed on any of our servers. For that I have created a Compliance Rule in SCCM 2012 that detects the presence of Firefox, but now I don't find any where on how to launch the Helper.exe /S command once Firefox has been detected. 
I would need to have this rule run every week, so that we make sure we don't have Firefox installed. 

Can anyone suggest how this can be done? 

Regards,

Jonathan
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Humm, its been ages since I've used SCCM. But I think what you need to do is create a Dynamic Collection, based of the detection of Firefox. Once you have a nice dynamic collection, you can run a package or application against the collection. You must need to put some smarts into the uninstall (ie do it via a script) as sometimes the FF may have already been uninstall buy the dynamic collection hasn't been updated. The smarts will return nice errors codes that you can handle with SCCM.
Answered 01/11/2016 by: rileyz
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