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January 15, 2013 at 5:26 am #8255AnonymousInactive
Is this still not possible?January 16, 2013 at 2:15 am #8257AnonymousInactive
I’m looking for the same information. Is this possible to do with JavaRa?March 8, 2013 at 9:36 am #8489AnonymousInactive
of course, I use it in a shutdown script.
silent options are available tooApril 13, 2013 at 9:06 am #8609AnonymousInactive
No.. The silent option is not truly silent. It requires user interaction, and if deployed in a script and nobody is there to answer yes, it will not run. I don’t know what HorNet505 has discovered, but I’m using version 2.1 on a windows 7 box and running /UNINSTALLALL /SILENT does not work in that scenario.April 15, 2013 at 11:03 pm #8614Shane GowlandKeymaster
The inability to use ‘/UNINSTALLALL’ and ‘/SILENT’ in tandem is mentioned in the documentation:
The supported commandline arguments are:
/SILENT – Hides the graphical user interface and suppresses all dialog messages and error reports.
/PURGE – Removes all JRE related registry keys, files and directories.
/CLEAN – Removes only JRE registry keys from previous version.
/UNINSTALLALL – Run the built-in uninstaller for all versions of JRE detected. Does not support the /SILENT argument at this time.
/UPDATEDEFS – Downloads a new copy of the JavaRa definitions, without a version comparison.
Use your network administration tools to perform the uninstall and then use the ‘/PURGE’ argument to do the rest.
Of course, we’ll certainly try to work around this restriction in the future.April 17, 2013 at 10:47 am #8628AnonymousInactive
Thanks for providing the code so that I could fix this for my personal use. I have tested it in small deployments and it works great.