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From: Ninnig, Alexander <Alexander.Ninnig <at> rechnungshof.rlp.de>
Subject: Re: uninstall software using WPKG
Newsgroups: gmane.comp.package-management.wpkg.user
Date: Tuesday 10th May 2011 08:15:20 UTC (over 5 years ago)
Hi John,

thank you very much.

I understand your answer in the following way:
Eachs package that exists and is not assigned to a profile will get
uninstalled on all clients, that are assigned to this profile.

Is that right?

Greetings


Alexander Ninnig

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Von: John Danks [mailto:[email protected]] 
Gesendet: Montag, 9. Mai 2011 17:18
An: Ninnig, Alexander
Cc: [email protected]
Betreff: Re: [wpkg-users] uninstall software using WPKG

Remove the package line from the profile in profiles.xml.

On Mon, May 9, 2011 at 6:56 AM, Ninnig, Alexander
 wrote:
> Hi folks,
>
> sorry, I just don't get it:
>
> I'm trying to figure out how to uninstall software using WPKG.
>
> As far as I get it (I am a newbie):
> there's
> * hosts.xml - meaning: which profile is assigned to which computer
> * profiles.xml - meaning: which softwarepackages are assigned to which 
> profile
> * packages.xml - meaning: all the actions (line install, upgrade, 
> remove plus checks) So far, so good.
>
> The point is: in those packaging.xml-files, there are three actions
> described: install, upgrade, remove. How does the computer know, which 
> action to take? I'm kinda looking for a assignment like: uninstall 
> package firefox in profile custom, which is assigned to host pc001
>
> So far, I deployed hardcopy, which worked fine. Packages.xml contains:
>   cmd='%WINDIR%\SwSetupuexe "%PROGRAMFILES%\Hardcopy\hardcopy.del" 
> /Silent' />   cmd='%WINDIR%\SwSetupuexe "%PROGRAMFILES%\Hardcopy\hardcopy.del"
> /Silent' />
> As I said, installation worked fine. What would I have to do to 
> uninstall Hardcopy? How do I tell the clients to use the remove-cmd?
>
>
> Greetings,
> Alex
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