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Is there any way to silently uninstall the Microsoft Office DST Tool from a computer with a batch file or script?
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This should do it, either from the command line or in a batch script.


msiexec /x {95120000-0038-0409-0000-0000000FF1CE} /qn

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This worked.  

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