Removing Kaspersky Software Updater via Command Line. [MOVED]

  • 29 January 2021
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My company over 1 year ago removed Kaspersky Internet Security that had been issued free with our licenses to LogMeIn using an uninstallation script that seemed to do the job. However, I’m still seeing a bunch of WIndows 10 systems with a legacy program called Kaspersky Software Updater still running on their systems and I am not finding any means by which to uninstall this program other than going onto each laptop with this program running and uninstalling it from the Control Panel. 

Does anyone know of a way in which to uninstall this via command line?

Any advice would be greatly appreciated.




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Hi @gristleizer , 

You can try 

msiexec /x %Product GUID%

you should be able to find the product GUID in registry: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE \ SOFTWARE \ Microsoft \ Windows \ CurrentVersion \ Uninstall \