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Command Line to remove windows components

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Anonymous
July 21, 2005 4:29:01 PM

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Is there a way to remove windows components using the command line? For
example, i want to remove outlook express or windows explorer...does anybody
know where a 'silent' command line uninstaller would be for these?
Anonymous
July 21, 2005 6:43:46 PM

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No. You cannot remove Outlook Express or Windows Explorer.
All you can do is remove access to them by deleting the shortcuts
found in your Start Menu.

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"Jason Ryon" wrote:

| Is there a way to remove windows components using the command line? For
| example, i want to remove outlook express or windows explorer...does anybody
| know where a 'silent' command line uninstaller would be for these?
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