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Looking for a script that will automatically uninstall the Novell client and Novell protocols or network settings from the network adapters. Needs to be able to run from group policy or logon scripts

Looking for a script that will automatically uninstall the Novell client and any Novell protocols or network settings from the network adapters. Needs to be able to run from group policy or via a logon script.

My company has around 500 pc's that need to have these changes made.

We are looking for a faster or automated way of making these changes in order to speed up the entire process of performing this task.
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DonNetwork AdministratorCommented:
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deroodeSystems AdministratorCommented:
You can do this with the Automatic Client Upgrade utility, as described in this CoolSolutions Article:

http://www.novell.com/coolsolutions/tip/16639.html

However, it is very dependent on the client version that is installed. If the Client is present in Add/Remove programs, you can find the uninstall string in the registry.  Remember that you probably also want to remove Nmas, Nici and Zenworks components.
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