dUninstaller as you may know has uninstall definitions functionality that is treated as a wildcard search term, case insensitive. So you could in theory put “toolbar” in the definitions, and any installer entry with “toolbar” in the name will be uninstalled. The downside is you may end up uninstalling legitimate toolbars you wish to leave installed.
Now with the whitelist functionality, you can whitelist legitimate apps, and just the same as the uninstall definitions it is treated as a wildcard search term, case insensitive. So you could put “bing” in the whitelist, with “toolbar” in the uninstall definitions, and it would uninstall everything with “toolbar” in the name except anything with “bing” in the name.
New Command Line Option:
Where App Name is a search term just like any item appearing in your uninstall definitions. This command line option skips whitelist/uninstall definitions an only uninstalls any items matching the specified search term.
Useful for RMM scripting, this parameter may be stacked multiple times, e.g.
/u=App One /u=App Two /u=App Three