Commit af5170ba authored by Gabriel Moreau's avatar Gabriel Moreau
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Better explanation

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# Uninstall Kaspersky Endpoint
## What's in this folder
## Liminary
Create a file `Custom-VarOverload.psm1` in your current folder
There is a tweak in SWMB that allows you to uninstall the Kasperksy
Endpoint software: `UninstallKasperskyEndpoint`.
However, removing such software is not easy because an antivirus
program always protects itself against viruses,
so the easy uninstallation...
## Configuration module
Therefore, you need a password to ensure this operation.
This password is local to each site.
You will have to configure / customize your SWMB installation
before you can uninstall kaspersky Endpoint.
This includes the creation of a parameter module
`Custom-VarOverload.psm1` which can be saved in the current folder
or in any other folder...
# Kaspersky Endpoint Security
$Global:SWMB_Custom.KesLogin = "KLAdmin"
......@@ -14,10 +29,11 @@ $Global:SWMB_Custom.KesPassword = ""
$Global:SWMB_Custom.KesSecureString = ""
$Global:SWMB_Custom.KesKeyFile = ""
You can choose to put the password to modify Kasperky in clear text
or to scramble it via a symmetric encryption process.
## What's in this folder
How to create a password encrypted so blurred ?
A small script is provided [set-password-encrypted.ps1](set-password-encrypted.ps1).
......@@ -53,9 +69,10 @@ cd C:\Program Files\SWMB\dists\uninstall-kaspersky
And that's it,
Kaspersky Endpoint disappears from the computer... hopefully!
To automate the procedure on a group of machines, you need to deploy
SWMB and then copy this uninstallation script with the encryption key
and the configuration mode into the same folder, and that should do it.
To automate the procedure on a group of machines, you need to deploy SWMB,
copy this uninstall script, the encryption key and the configuration
module to the same folder (this is simpler, but not mandatory),
and that should be enough.
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