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I want to remove / unintstall the NAC agent from all the computers on the domain using system center config manager 2012
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Question by:kastro Abbasi
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was the agent deployed by SCCM? or do you know its SCCM compatible uninstaller?
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Hi,

You haven't given enough info.
How *many* machines is that?
What is NAC?
Is the install an MSI?
If not, what format is it?
Do you know the silent uninstall command?

All you need to do is deploy the "uninstall" as a normal deployment, but be aware of reboots and the size of the population you target. Doing all in one lump is not wise if you have a lot of machines.

Mike
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If all the questions I posed were answered, then the question would be resolved.
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