This is great, and it worked fine on my clients...however, it does require user interaction. Something I'd rather avoid.
Considering the way Logmein is going, automatic update and install for the LMI client really should be a feature, or at least a job that can be done without user interaction.
Am I missing something?
Ok, I went back and checked a bunch of clients where I was NOT logged in with an active profile through Logmein (unlike the tests) after running the job, and it seems to have worked. I didn't audit the entire network, but I'll say, THANKS for the script. I think this will do EXACTLY what I wanted!
Lol. It really shouldn't be that tough to do the uninstall, though I confess I haven't tried it. Basically, you would write a batch file to do the unistall. I would probably try an msiexec unistall command or maybe wmic. The trick I think would jut be to use One2Many to write this as a .com file and then use the start command to kick it off like the upgrade script previously discussed in this thread.
I was thinking msiexec unistall command too, but can't find the registry string.
I tried a bat file like this:
cd "C:\Program Files (x86)\LogMeIn\x64\"
It removes it from your LMI Central account, and on the PC it does not auto run, but the installer is still resident in "Programs and Features" and the LogMeIn service still runs.
Looks like wmic is the way to go.
bat file looks like this:
wmic product where name='LogMeIn' call uninstall
Setup the task as "Run a batch file or executable" and no Optional parameters needed.
Make the plan and then run it with an account with admin privileges.
Of course it will look like the plan never completes since LogMeIn will not return a "completed" command, since it will then be uninstalled. However, if you check your computer list, it will be gone.
We don't have a local or virtual domain. Our users are all local admins. However, I'd like to push a script that will enforce a password change policy of every 90 days, they must reset their password to their local user account. Any advice or scripts you can share?