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Windows Installer tries to install SEP continously

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InstallerGeek created the topic: Windows Installer tries to install SEP continously
Some time I face with customer which have a problem with continuous SEP installation.

This could be connected with 2 problems:

1. Domain or Local User privileges are to restricted[remember to much restrictions is also not good. You need to know how to balance with restrictions]
2. Installation is corrupted.

This problem is annoying because Windows Installer want to install SEP client continuously which can be very nervous.

Solution for this problem is to:

1. Find UninstalString value for Symantec Endpoint Protection which is situated in HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall

2. Paste this string to command line with changed option /I to /X ( ex. MsiExec.exe /X{68B52EFD-86CC-486E-A8D0-A3A1554CB5BC} )

Rajesh Kumar
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