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how to uninstall applications on Wm6/WinCE devices?

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jencheng Posted on 2008-06-23 15:36:52.0Z
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Since License Manage can monitor and alert the usage of application license,
a CT wants to take some actions. For example, when the administrator checks
the license over license, he would like to uninstall the application on
selected devices. What Manager can be used to do that? Or how can do to
maintain the legal number of licenses?

Jencheng


Christopher Heeter Posted on 2008-06-23 16:16:09.0Z
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Jencheng,
One potential method is to use a Configuration Manager Channel that has
a custom XML provisioning file. Please review KB Article #3829 for more
details.

Thanks,
Chris

"jencheng" <jencheng@sybase.com> wrote in message
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> Since License Manage can monitor and alert the usage of application
> license, a CT wants to take some actions. For example, when the
> administrator checks the license over license, he would like to uninstall
> the application on selected devices. What Manager can be used to do that?
> Or how can do to maintain the legal number of licenses?
>
> Jencheng
>


jencheng Posted on 2008-06-24 01:56:36.0Z
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Chris,

Is that the only way to uninstall applications which are installed by
Software Manager? We need to know the options of setting an "uninstall"
channel in device management work.

Jencheng
"Christopher Heeter" <SybaseiAnywhere@Live.com> ?¦?g©—¦l´—ásÈD:485fcc49$1@forums-1-dub...

> Jencheng,
> One potential method is to use a Configuration Manager Channel that has
> a custom XML provisioning file. Please review KB Article #3829 for more
> details.
>
> Thanks,
> Chris
>
>
> "jencheng" <jencheng@sybase.com> wrote in message
> news:485fc314@forums-1-dub...
>> Since License Manage can monitor and alert the usage of application
>> license, a CT wants to take some actions. For example, when the
>> administrator checks the license over license, he would like to uninstall
>> the application on selected devices. What Manager can be used to do that?
>> Or how can do to maintain the legal number of licenses?
>>
>> Jencheng
>>
>
>


Christopher Heeter Posted on 2008-06-24 19:09:50.0Z
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Afaria currently has that type of functionality for the Windows (Win32)
Clients type.

There currently is NOT an automated uninstall feature built into Software
Manager for Windows Mobile devices. The registry key that Software manager
checks, if it exists, only prevents re-installation of the CAB each time the
Channel is executed.

You may want to check with Afaria Product Management to determine if any
plans may exist to add such functionality in the future.

Chris

"jencheng" <jencheng@sybase.com> wrote in message
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> Chris,
>
> Is that the only way to uninstall applications which are installed by
> Software Manager? We need to know the options of setting an "uninstall"
> channel in device management work.
>
> Jencheng
> "Christopher Heeter" <SybaseiAnywhere@Live.com>
> ?¦?g©—¦l´—ásÈD:485fcc49$1@forums-1-dub...
>> Jencheng,
>> One potential method is to use a Configuration Manager Channel that
>> has a custom XML provisioning file. Please review KB Article #3829 for
>> more details.
>>
>> Thanks,
>> Chris
>>
>>
>> "jencheng" <jencheng@sybase.com> wrote in message
>> news:485fc314@forums-1-dub...
>>> Since License Manage can monitor and alert the usage of application
>>> license, a CT wants to take some actions. For example, when the
>>> administrator checks the license over license, he would like to
>>> uninstall the application on selected devices. What Manager can be used
>>> to do that? Or how can do to maintain the legal number of licenses?
>>>
>>> Jencheng
>>>
>>
>>
>
>


jencheng Posted on 2008-06-24 02:13:29.0Z
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Chris,

Since there are WinCE devices involved, it needs to have "kill pill" and
"uninstall" function. I checked the Afaria 5.5 System Requirement web site
and Afaria Administrator. It stated that no Configuration and Security
manager on WinCE platform. When I checked Afaria Administrator, a
Configuration Manager channel can be created. And there is no WinCE for
Security Manager. I am confused. Under this circumstances, is there
alternative I can do for "kill pill" and "uninstall"?


Jencheng
"Christopher Heeter" <SybaseiAnywhere@Live.com> ?¦?g©—¦l´—ásÈD:485fcc49$1@forums-1-dub...

> Jencheng,
> One potential method is to use a Configuration Manager Channel that has
> a custom XML provisioning file. Please review KB Article #3829 for more
> details.
>
> Thanks,
> Chris
>
>
> "jencheng" <jencheng@sybase.com> wrote in message
> news:485fc314@forums-1-dub...
>> Since License Manage can monitor and alert the usage of application
>> license, a CT wants to take some actions. For example, when the
>> administrator checks the license over license, he would like to uninstall
>> the application on selected devices. What Manager can be used to do that?
>> Or how can do to maintain the legal number of licenses?
>>
>> Jencheng
>>
>
>


Christopher Heeter Posted on 2008-06-24 19:30:15.0Z
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Jencheng,
There is an application called unload.exe available from MS, not sure if
still in CE 6.0, but exists in CE 5.0. You may be able to build a Session
Manager Channel around this utility for uninstall functionality.
http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms933756.aspx

"jencheng" <jencheng@sybase.com> wrote in message
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> Chris,
>
> Since there are WinCE devices involved, it needs to have "kill pill" and
> "uninstall" function. I checked the Afaria 5.5 System Requirement web site
> and Afaria Administrator. It stated that no Configuration and Security
> manager on WinCE platform. When I checked Afaria Administrator, a
> Configuration Manager channel can be created. And there is no WinCE for
> Security Manager. I am confused. Under this circumstances, is there
> alternative I can do for "kill pill" and "uninstall"?
>
>
> Jencheng
> "Christopher Heeter" <SybaseiAnywhere@Live.com>
> ?¦?g©—¦l´—ásÈD:485fcc49$1@forums-1-dub...
>> Jencheng,
>> One potential method is to use a Configuration Manager Channel that
>> has a custom XML provisioning file. Please review KB Article #3829 for
>> more details.
>>
>> Thanks,
>> Chris
>>
>>
>> "jencheng" <jencheng@sybase.com> wrote in message
>> news:485fc314@forums-1-dub...
>>> Since License Manage can monitor and alert the usage of application
>>> license, a CT wants to take some actions. For example, when the
>>> administrator checks the license over license, he would like to
>>> uninstall the application on selected devices. What Manager can be used
>>> to do that? Or how can do to maintain the legal number of licenses?
>>>
>>> Jencheng
>>>
>>
>>
>
>