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How to uninstall virtual office application using .VSA file

Hi,

 

I have installed the virtual office 2007 using the svscmd command with the file name .VSA file extension in windows 7 machine.I could see the office applications like word,excel installed in the machine but i am unable to uninstall the application.

 

Please let me know the command to uninstall the same.

 

Thanks and Regards,

Ashokkumar Durai.

7 Replies

Run svscmd /? from the

Run svscmd /? from the command line to get the switches.

You first need to deactivate the layer which will basically be the same as uninstalling and then delete the layer to remove the layer from the machine if you so wish.

Thanks for all this very

Thanks for all this very useful information this resource is just what I was looking for google must love this site as my search for this information brought me right here.

Hello Ashokkumar, If my

Hello Ashokkumar,

If my answer helped you, please mark this post as solved.

SK.

Hi SK, Please let me know the

Hi SK,

Please let me know the command for the uninstallation.

 

Regards,

Ashokkumar Durai.

Like I have already

Like I have already mentioned, run svscmd /? from the command line to get the switches.

You first need to deactivate the layer which will basically be the same as uninstalling and then delete the layer to remove the layer from the machine if you so wish.

There will be a deactivate switch as well as a delete switch.  The help will also provide example syntaxes too from what I can remember.

I think it will be somethin like:-  svscmd.exe "layername" /deactivate

However, it could require the layer guid instead or have the switch before the layer, so please use the /? switch to get the help information.

Hi All, I got a solution to

Hi All,

I got a solution to uninstall the same.

I did uninstall the layer using the below command in cmd

svscmd "layer Name" del -f

Note:No need to deactivate the layer before uninstall the specific layer.

If above suggestion helps do mark as solution.

 

I prefer to deactivate first,

I prefer to deactivate first, but thats just my preference.