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Joined: 4/17/2019

Last seen: 8/1/2019

  • I am testing this on Solidworks 2019 SP3

    17 GB file copy though, I wonder if theres a better method

  • This script does not require any admin priv, I can run it as the user no problem. I an running it as the logged in user

  • This is what I use to remove it, I don't remember what versions its for but you can edit

     "C:\Program Files\Autodesk\AutoCAD LT 2017\Setup\en-us\Setup\Setup.exe" /P {28B89EEF-0009-0000-0102-CF3F3A09B77D} /R 
     ACADLT /language en-US /W /qb
     MsiExec.exe /qn /norestart /X{3FBFBC43-9882-43FA-B979-2D53896747B3}
     MsiExec.exe /qn /norestart /X{8FB9F735-D64C-4991-8D91-4CDDAB1ABDEE}
     MsiExec.exe /qn /norestart /X{8ED2ED41-4455-449D-993C-751C039089B9}
     taskkill /F /IM "AdAppMgr.exe" 
     net stop AdAppMgrSVC 
     RD %Programdata%\Autodesk\SDS /S /Q 
     call "C:\Program Files (x86)\Common Files\Autodesk Shared\AppManager\R1\removeAdAppMgr.exe" --mode unattended
  • Help with PowerShell Script
  • Why don't you just not have it join the domain until the last step. That way PDQ Inventory doesn't even see it until then

  • This is how I do things

    I have my standard image - most of the company uses this.

    Then after I join the computers to the domain I drag them to a specific OU.

    In PDQ Deploy, I have schedules setup that are linked to PDQ Inventory if computer is part of this OU and they are missing let's say "anti-virus" or "finance application". Automatically Deploy it with heartbeat feature.

  • 2017 2018 2019


    I don't see any uninstallers but if its an msi its pretty easy. If its an installsheild you just need to uninstall it one, record it, and create an answer file