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command line to un-install an application specific MSP file,

Hi Experts,
I've installed a patch (.MSP) to for an application to a specific user group, I've not been tasked to remove this patch, need help with the proper command line string I need to use, the un-install will be done using SCCM which I originally used to deploy the update.
For install deployment, I used the following command line...
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@echo off
msiexec /update enterpriseconnect_framework10.3.0_x64-004.msp /qn /lv* "%WINDIR%\Logs\Install_enterpriseconnect_framework10.3.0_x64-004_Patch.log" REBOOT=ReallySuppress
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just seeking the correct syntax to remote only the patch....
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craigleenz
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David Johnson, CD, MVPOwnerCommented:
msiexec /uninstall /package:enterpriseconnect_framework10.3.0_x64-004.msp  /norestart
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craigleenzAuthor Commented:
thanks, this doesn't remove the patch unfortunately,
how can we determine with the patch supplied supports this type of removal?
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craigleenzAuthor Commented:
managed to get this working, below is the script I used:

msiexec /i {1CA237B8-E972-46E1-B4B7-9C73C17B152B} MSIPATCHREMOVE={ACA0D373-1EF2-439C-A448-40169CF52BBA} /qn
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craigleenzAuthor Commented:
this worked for me
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