Commit a0d64373 authored by Gabriel Moreau's avatar Gabriel Moreau
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Better README and rename file

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......@@ -45,7 +45,7 @@ containing the encryption key and the `Custom-VarAutodel.psm1` file
in the Zip archive and then deploy this archive
by running `install.bat` during this one (for example with OCS Inventory).
*For information*, the name of the script is install.bat because during
*For information*, the name of the script is `install.bat` because during
an automatic deployment, at LEGI, we always run the `install.bat` name script
of the archive, whatever the script actually does!
In this case, nothing is installed.
......@@ -118,21 +118,27 @@ Finally, regardless of the method chosen for the password,
the Kapersky uninstallation operation is launched with
the tweak `UninstallKasperskyEndpoint`
It's resume with the following command
([uninstall-kaspersky.ps1](uninstall-kaspersky.ps1)):
([uninstall-kaspersky-integrated.ps1](uninstall-kaspersky-integrated.ps1)):
```ps1
. "C:\Program Files\SWMB\swmb.ps1" -exp UninstallKasperskyEndpoint
```
## In practice
The script ([uninstall-kaspersky-standalone.ps1](uninstall-kaspersky-standalone.ps1))
is a standalone version that works without local SWMB installation.
Basically, on a workstation, all you have to do is open a PowerShell
console as an administrator, then run the script
## Use with SWMB installed on the workstation
Basically, on a workstation where SWMB is already installed
(with a recent and updated version),
all you have to do is to open a PowerShell console as administrator,
then run the script
```ps1
cd "C:\Program Files\SWMB\dists\uninstall-kaspersky"
.\set-password-encrypted.ps1
.\uninstall-kaspersky.ps1
.\uninstall-kaspersky-integrated.ps1
```
And that's it,
Kaspersky Endpoint disappears from the computer... hopefully!
......@@ -143,8 +149,10 @@ module to the same folder (this is simpler, but not mandatory),
and that should be enough.
There are two versions of the `uninstall-kaspersky` file,
one uses the `swmb.ps1` engine and the other one uses the minimum
one uses the `swmb.ps1` engine (integrated) and the other one uses the minimum
while being independent (standalone).
The proposed Zip archive is independent of a SWMB installation
and only includes the standalone script.
## More
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