manually remove Lync 2013

hello,
at work I have a windows 7 enterprise computer with office 2013. originally it had office 2010, with Lync 2013. the upgrade to office 2013 was pushed out through our SCCM server. and ever since Lync can't open.
I tried running the repair on Lync, on office 2013, removing Lync, and removing all office products. Even after all of that, when I try reloading office 2013 with Lync, all the office products work EXCEPT Lync.
So I want to completely remove Lync. I have found Microsoft fix it things to remove office 2013, but it's like Lync is a separate thing, because even after using the fix it thing, Lync STILL isn't working. I have tried googleing how to remove Lync manually, but if there is a way, I must be missing it.
So, has anyone found a way to completely, manually, remove Lync 2013?
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David Johnson, CD, MVPOwnerCommented:
easiest way is to create a package that doesn't include lync 2013.  create a new .msp using the office customization tool  setup /admin
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JeffBeallAuthor Commented:
okay, so I guess that would install Lync? If so, that will be fine once I'm able to remove Lync. I need to remove all traces of Lync.
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adamdalgCommented:
You should be able to find the installation package in Windows folder ->  Ccache folder. Uninstall it from there
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JeffBeallAuthor Commented:
thank you for the help.
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