Is there a way by GPO or PowerShell to remove a specific printer driver package in windows 7 and Windows 10?

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Is there a way by GPO or PowerShell to remove a specific printer driver package in windows 7 and Windows 10?

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AntzsInfrastructure ServicesCommented:
You would need to get the MSI uninstaller package and get it to run and uninstall the printer driver package.

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McKnifeCommented:
What GPOs offer natively:
you can disable devices (including printers) and you can of course delete printers, but both ways will not remove the driver.
To do that, I would use a script that makes use of devcon.exe.
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