Removing application using command line
Published: Monday, 22 January 2018 | Categories: Microsoft | Keywords: Windows | Status: Posted | Created: Monday, 22 January 2018 | Author: paul

Sometimes it is useful to remove an installed application from the command line (for example using a remote shell).

1. Get a list of applications install by running the command below:

WMIC product get name
2. Use the following command to uninstall a specific application filling in the name:
WMIC product where name="ProductName" call uninstall
Then run the first command to confirm it has been uninstalled.

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