Multi-User License Deployment on Windows

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Multi-User License Deployment on Windows / 4 - Deployment by Administrative Installation / 6 - Uninstalling

4.6 - Uninstalling

Uninstalling Antidote involves using all of the following command lines that apply to your situation (they mention different GUID product codes):

For Antidote 10:

msiexec /x {134E0741-C569-4E8C-A7FC-7F95B14CAAB1}

For the French Module:

msiexec /x {134E0741-C569-4E8C-A7FC-7F95B14CAAB2}

For the English Module:

msiexec /x {134E0741-C569-4E8C-A7FC-7F95B14CAAB3}

For Connectix:

msiexec /x {134E0741-C569-4E8C-A7FC-7F95B14CAAB4}

To uninstall silently, add /qn, as in the following example using Antidote's product code:

msiexec /qn /x {134E0741-C569-4E8C-A7FC-7F95B14CAAB1}

The same result can be achieved by applying the following procedure from an administrator account:

  1. Ensure that the conditions are met.
  2. Open the Windows Control Panel (Programs and Features or Uninstall a Program).
  3. Select all of the following products (if present), then select Uninstall:
    Antidote 10
    Antidote 10 - English module
    Antidote 10 - Module français
    Antidote - Connectix 10
    Download Assistant

You may also use a script to uninstall all the elements. See Using scripts.

The administrative installation that has not been run from source on the server may be deleted at any time, resulting in the following:

  • You will have to recreate the administrative installation to update Antidote, or update each workstation manually.
  • You will have to recreate the administrative installation to install Antidote on a new workstation.