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Eset Run Command in ESMC

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Hello all,

I want to ask about run command in ESMCin this function “Run command in CLient Task” if I want to run code remove program from client 

for example:  I have a code "wmic product where "description=''Google Chrome " uninstall"  how can i run it

thanks 

 

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Hello jojonguyen,

You should be able to place those commands in the "Settings" sub-tab within a Client Task. I have attached a reference picture below for you:

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Regards,

ILE 

Edited by ILoveESET

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You can also create a new "Software Uninstall" task in client tasks->all tasks->operating system tasks->software uninstall. Works well, I use it frequently

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On 5/21/2019 at 6:17 AM, noorigin said:

You can also create a new "Software Uninstall" task in client tasks->all tasks->operating system tasks->software uninstall. Works well, I use it frequently

this method allows you to uninstall ESET softwares or third party AV. I think he wanted to uninstall Google Chrome, hence the use of run parameters.

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In general, you can also uninstall 3rd party applications, when they do support that method (this is indicated by column "agent supports uninstall" in installed applications report). For Google Chrome, remote uninstall is not supported. 

 

 

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Edited by MichalJ

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