Applies to Kaspersky Administration Kit 8.0
The method of remote login script-based uninstallation allows to attach uninstallation of a particular application to a particular user account(s). This task adds a registry about execution of a special uninstaller located in the Administration server shared folder into login scripts of selected users.
How to use it:
- Create a new task.
- Enter new task name.
- Select task type: Kaspersky Administration Kit > Advanced > Product deinstallation task.
- Select Uninstall the incompatible applications. Click Add to open the list of software deletable via Kaspersky Administration Kit 8.0.
Unfortunately we cannot include here the full list of software deletable via Kaspersky Administration Kit 8.0 as it is frequently updated.
- Select target user accounts in the list of Windows network domains.
A user account assigned with application uninstallation task must meet the following requirements:
- have local administrator privileges on the computer;
- have permissions to access Administration server shared folder (Program Files\Kaspersky Lab\Kaspersky Administration Kit\Share\Packages, by default).
If an application uninstall command is added into a login script assigned to a group of users, application uninstallation will be carried out for the entire group, regardless of user account selection.
- Select an action that will be performed after uninstalling the third-party software.
Data entered during creation of a new task is not verified! If you mistype a password or a user name, application uninstall command will not be added into selected user account login scripts.
- There are additional parameters available for the option Prompt user for action.
Click the link Modify to access them. You can set a desired notification time interval and customize the text of the notification displayed to users.
- Select a user account that will be used to start the task.
In order to add an application uninstall command into selected user account login scripts, the account used to start the task needs to have permissions to modify login scripts in domain controller database.
- Schedule task start-up.
You can change the list of users, user account to run the task, schedule, and notifications in a created task.