uninstall netmeeting

Posted on 2001-09-05
Last Modified: 2008-02-01

How can i unisntall NetMeeting (communication software from microsoft that come with Win2000)?
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Ben_L earned 50 total points
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asi you can't uninstall netmeeting in win2000 with the reguler win2000 add/remove software
you can try to download a third pary program that does it or wait untill MS will develop a new Version of netmeeting and then you will have an uninstall for it.
sorry. ;)

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ID: 6456436
look i found something in MS site but i recommand you to backup befor try it.

check that out and also make sure that before you look for that file, to go
to the folder option and
chnage it to view all files , "show hidden files and folder",

Adding Optional Components to Add/Remove Programs Tool

The information in this article applies to:

Microsoft Windows 2000 Professional


During Windows 2000 Setup, the following components are installed by


Accessories (Calculator, Clock, and so on)


Accessibility options

These items also do not appear in the Add/Remove Programs tool in Control
Panel after Setup is finished. This article describes how to cause these
items to be displayed during Setup or in the Add/Remove Programs tool after
Setup is finished.

NOTE: Microsoft does not support the editing or modifying of .inf files
included on the Windows 2000 CD-ROM or distribution server. This information
is provided only as a convenience and is not supported.

Displaying the Items After Setup Is Finished
In the %SystemRoot%\Inf folder on the system volume, use a text editor (such
as Notepad) to open the Sysoc.inf file.

Locate the "old base components" line.

For each component you want to appear in the Add/Remove Programs tool,
remove the "Hide" comment. For example, change

Also remove the "HIDE" option from the "AccessUtil=" line. If you leave this
option hidden, then none of the other components in the "old base
components" section are available in Add/Remove Programs.

Save and then close the file.

Displaying the Items During Setup
Copy the I386 folder to a distribution share.

expand the Sysoc.in_ file using the following command
expand -r sysoc.in_

Edit the Sysoc.inf file using steps 2-4 above.

Rename the Sysoc.in_ file to Sysoc.bak.

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wow ...

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