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Uninstall Program using GPO

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Hello,

I have deployed Windows Defender via GPO a few months back. I now need to have the program uninstalled from the machines it was deployed to. I see an option to uninstall the program when the PC falls out of the scope of managment, but thats not exactly what I want. Any suggestions?
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When you remove the package from the GPO, it gives you the option to remove the software from the machines. Select 'Immediately remove the software from users and computers'.


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Thank You!
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