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    Need a script to bulk remove IE10 from 75 windows 7 systems

    IE10 slithered onto a LOT of systems I was installing and I am not ready for it yet

    I can fix my issue by "manually" removing IE10 and also removing the Profiles for the 3 affected user accounts on each system.

    BUT with more that 75 (maybe 90) systems affected - I really need a script to do this.

    Any help PLEASE

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    How are you controlling software installs?

    Are you using a Microsoft (WSUS, SCCM) or third party tool?

    Joe

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    Currently, we disable ethernet and an Admin on-site can re-enable if needed.
    IE10 was installed by Windows update before it could be disabled.
    What happened here was when we had the machines lined up doing installs and activating windows, the machines were left connected to the internet while another "crisis" was being attended. The team working this install missed it.

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