Apologies if I'm posted this in the wrong place; first-time poster! I'm not massively experienced with MSI's at all, so hope someone can give me an easy answer.
I've pushed out some software to our client PCs that I'd now like to remove; there is a .bat file that runs on user login that installs the software (basically just a service that gets created):
MSIexec /i "\\<servername>\<msiname.msi>" /q
This works fine.
I've tried creating an equally simple script to uninstall the MSI, but whatever I do, whatever switches I use, it will not do anything unless I get rid of the /q switch - which isn't ideal/helpful/useful - as I don't want users to suddenly start worrying about things popping up when they log in!
PLEASE can anyone advise on the simplest way to get this uninstalled by using a .bat file in the same way as I used to INSTALL the MSI? Help would be greatly appreciated!