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remove msxml 4.0 from server 2008 R2

Posted on 2014-09-25
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I have an audit that tells me msxml4.0 is no longer supported.  How do I remove it?
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Hi,

There are no way to remove it via any GUI based like appwiz. You can try to remove it via command line. Have a look at this link https://altonblom.com/s34e10/ and see it helps.
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