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Uninstall Office 2007 update using GPO

Posted on 2011-03-17
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Hi All,

How can I via group policy uninstall an office 2007 unpdate that has been installed on to Windows XP SP3 machines. DC is Windows 2008

Thanks in advanced
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Only way via GPO is to add a batch script to your login script for the users to remove the offending patch.

If the pathc has been deployed while WSUS was managing the updates you can unapprove it to remove.
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as it was installed via WSUS i have instucted it to remove, thanks
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