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Nov
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Oct
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revised CLI way of uninstalling a Windows update?
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Sep
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Nov
16
comment CLI way of uninstalling a Windows update?
Yes this is what I've been using. Works great.
Sep
13
comment CLI way of uninstalling a Windows update?
@Moab Fair enough. That's what I thought. Looks like wusa for some updates and msiexec for the others.
Sep
13
comment CLI way of uninstalling a Windows update?
@Moab You are right on! At least what I've read about wusa is that its Win7(Vista?) only. Hoping for an XP - 7 compatible way. I can dream...
Sep
12
comment CLI way of uninstalling a Windows update?
Hey @ThiagoM! I know wuinstall can do it. But I was hoping to not depend on a third-party app. I imagine wuinstall is using something provided by the OS, no?
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Sep
12
revised CLI way of uninstalling a Windows update?
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Sep
12
comment CLI way of uninstalling a Windows update?
@Indrek thanks for the comment! Rolling back to a previous restore point is one way to handle it and I got that done, no problem. But it would be a pain to undo x amount of updates when only one of them needs to be removed. And as stated in the question, I'd really love to know how WUInstall does it.
Sep
12
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