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F'x F'x 3 3 gold badges 7 7 silver badges 24 24 bronze badges. I'm not sure how to find those old files, but I know how to prevent it from happening again. Download "AppCleaner" on macupdate.
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It searches for files created by the program you're about to unistall, so you're not left with scattered support files and other miscellaneous junk. AppZapper is the best way to go.senjouin-kikishiro.com/images/biwumoqu/2583.php
ARCHIVED: In Mac OS X, how do I uninstall Microsoft Office?
The versions numbers in there are the "raw" office versions: Office for Mac Office for Mac Office for Mac Office v. X However it's not as simple as removing all files referenced by older packages, as some of them will be shared between them and doing so may leave your current Office install in a damaged state. Therefore the cleanest way to really remove all Office junk would be to: Uninstall what you can, using the uninstaller supplied Microsoft Office Setup Assistant Remove the package receipts and the files they reference but carefully, as many of them will reference system directories that should not be deleted unless empty.
DesInstaller does this, but it hasn't been updated in a long time and I'm not sure if it still works on Lion.
Will definitely be adding the removal of dock icons per jhbush script. I made sure after learning the hard way to omit removing Microsoft Update since we install before removing I added to the script above, which should be credited to OfficeForMacHelp.
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My script does not remove Dock items as others suggest, but IS more thorough, and also removes user preferences and files for the current user. I created a Self Service policy so that that my colleagues can run the uninstaller themselves. It looks like the script formatting is broken based on the color-coding. The script can be found on my GitHub repo. Anybody know of a tricky method to distinguish between killing Outlook and Outlook ?
Is this possible? Looks like they both have the same exact process name With the exception of MAU, this doesn't delete anything relating to Office correct? Due to our situation, we're going to be removing after has been installed. I've been doing some testing with this when both and are installed.
What controls that?? I assume whatever it is is also get getting deleted You can try the following script.
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BTW, I did test this. I have both Office and Office installed on my Mac and I had 2 apps running Outlook and Word and opened the version of PowerPoint and it correctly saw that PowerPoint was open and needed to be quit. It left the apps alone. Will definitely give that a shot!
Has anyone seen by uninstalling Office with Office installed that users are being prompted to Activate Office for Mac? After running the script s above, each targeted Mac, the user is being prompted to activate. Unfortunately, I know very little on Macs I'm purchasing and downloading books on Mac and Bash right after I post this and complete the other things to do today , for example, I see "scripts" mentioned a lot, sometimes even with examples, unfortunately I have no idea HOW to USE those scripts, for example, if I see a Windows command line script for use with kbox, I know to stick it in a.
The problem I also have is most of these Macs have Office with Outlook on So far, I've discovered that isn't unzipping, so I understand you have to do sudo unzip. On the Windows side, I basically always set it to configure manually, then I create a setup. You are on the right track.
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You are correct that the Mac client won't first unzip the archive so your install command has to include that first. Here is my install command for Microsoft Office I wasn't worried about removing Office first so I didn't need a script, but if you do need a script then you could put everything in script.
Typically a shell script on Mac can use either the bash shell or the sh shell and there can be a header on the first line indicating which shell to use but in my experience scripts run through KACE do not require it. Also, the managed install runs in the system context so there is no need to sudo the commands.
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