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Microsoft Visio Premium 2010

10/08/2010 22728 views
How to do silent uninstallation for "Microsoft Visio Premium 2010".
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Answered 10/08/2010 by: timmsie
Fourth Degree Brown Belt

run "en_visio_2010_x64_516535.exe /extract:c:\visio" in the command prompt

edit the C:\visor\Visor.WW\config.xml

with the features you want remember that you should add
<Display Level="None" CompletionNotice="No" SuppressModal="No" AcceptEula="Yes" />
to the config.xml and
where the X:es represent you product key

to run the installation silently run
setup.exe /config Visior.WW\config.xml

done, works on MDT 2010
Answered 11/17/2010 by: avm_81
Yellow Belt

Is anyone having trouble removing Visio 2000 STD automatically on silent install? through msi I check remove all versions but the machines still have visio 2000 after deployment
Answered 01/07/2011 by: cMarkAnthony
Yellow Belt

What result did you get when you tested stand-alone i.e. not via your (unmentioned) deployment method?
Answered 01/07/2011 by: VBScab
Red Belt

testing via stand alone resulted in the same. visio 2000 remains. the manual installation procedure did not identify that visio 2000 was installed or ask if i would like to have it removed.

I am deploying visio 2010 via landesk. the msp file created is being called via batch file command listed bellow.

@echo off
rem - calls the msp file for installation
"\\mflandesk\packages\MS Visio 2010 Pro\setup.exe" /adminfile "\\mflandesk\packages\MS Visio 2010 Pro\MFC_Visio_2010_Pro.msp"
rem - displays a countdown timer (/T:#) and closes all applications (/C) before rebooting (/r) the machine
"\\mflandesk\packages\Microsoft Office 2007 Std SP2\shutdown.exe" /T:30 /C /R
Answered 01/07/2011 by: cMarkAnthony
Yellow Belt

If Visio is like other members of the Office family, there wil be a collection of log files in %TEMP%. Start with those.
Answered 01/07/2011 by: VBScab
Red Belt

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