Add "Uninstall Application" option to Tasksequence
It is possible to "Install Application" in a Tasksequence. It would be nice to be able to "Uninstall Application" too.
Updated by bobmn for sangeev/OSD
This would be incredibly useful.
It would also be useful to allow for an application uninstall to be a dependency of an application. For example moving away from adobe acrobat to nitro pro it would be great to add a dependency to Nitro Pro to call the uninstall command from our Adobe Acrobat application.
is almost a must for inplace upgrades in W10. Need to uninstall my antivirus solution, need to get rid of some other things to before the upgrade, then do the upgrade, then install them again. So the only way is scripting - back to the roots? :o
Additionally such a step would be muc easier to monitor and it could work with the already created application reducing efforts, reducing time for testing.
Would be very helpful for W10 upgrades and incompatible apps.
Would be very useful. Please add it. Using SCCM v1806.
nate berrier commented
I have many clients who need to regularly update Win10, but have security software that is incompatible during feature updates. Many clients are just now going through this pain. Id like to be able to remove software that slipped the cracks during upgrades
I agree. When creating an application deployment you can select the uninstall, so I wouldn't think it would be too difficult to add the same function to a task sequence.
Raymond Sanborn commented
There is an option in the SCCM task sequences to "Install Application" but there is not an option to "Uninstall Application". Given that the task sequence can call the command line syntax for installing, I am hoping that a solution can be implemented that will allow for applications to be uninstalled through the task sequence.
Cory Brinson commented
This is much needed with the incompatibility of some apps with Windows 10. Another use I would have for this is upgrading a particular application. During a maintenance window, I'd like to see my TS uninstall one application, reboot the PC, the install the updated application.
John Anderson commented
I have a real interest in this feature. Application are so much more robust than packages and to be able to use that in a task sequence would be really awesome!
Aaron Buckley commented
Super important given the documented problem with MICROSOFT System Center Endpoint Protection (and others) blocking the 1709 upgrade..... See https://www.systemcenterdudes.com/sccm-windows-10-feature-update-error-0xc1900208/
Adam Cook commented
I was disappointed to spend time creating an application detection methods and requirements with intention to use it in a TS, to then discover I couldn't. I did consider initially simply using a Package/Program (which I may end up doing) but I thought the additional reporting, logging and detection/requirements would be well worth the work. What a waste of time.
Ralf Korte commented
Would be a great option when running Windows 10 in-place upgrade task sequences to remove not supported applications and Antivirus Software / VPN Clients
Definitely interested in this one. Samsung Easy settings needs to be uninstalled on about 100 of our machines and it has zero silent uninstall options. Would be nice to have a simple kickoff and pause for uninstall that the user steps through.
Denis Markwell commented
Would be a great option when running Windows 10 in-place upgrade task sequences as this is a good time to upgrade software like Java RE and clean up apps that are no longer required in the corporate SOE
Joe Friedel commented
This will be especially useful for applications that don't work with Windows 10 and can block the upgrade.
Nico Grobbelaar commented
Lets get this in please A.S.A.P
Good initiation to add Uninstall Application option in Task Sequence.
Suman Tekkem commented
It's a good process of enabling "Uninstall Application" option in Task sequence.
Rajashekara reddy commented
In some scenarios its good to have uninstall program in task sequence