Changes in this morning’s update to dUninstaller v3.8 Added remote updating of config and definitions files for scripting purposes (based on feedback from Tim @ Squatting Dog Development on our Happy Foolish Fun Hour podcast this Monday. Tim makes a Labtech RMM plugin for dUninstaller, more on this below!) Added encryption of registration settings and all […]
Don’t forget, we’re back today @ 2pm ET! www.d7xtech.com/live Today we’re going to have yesterday’s planned special guest who couldn’t make it — perhaps — and I’ll discuss the ideas I’ve been brewing (a direct result of yesterday’s content packed mini-show!) Question for the Techs out there (from show #6): Do you have any special tips or tricks at […]
v3.5 ATTN: dUninstaller log file renamed from dUninstaller.log to dUninstaller_log.txt (to make it easier to open the file in notepad for quick viewing.) dUninstaller log file now shows when an application has failed to uninstall (may be somewhat prone to a false positive when multiple apps contain the same string of text, e.g. “program name” […]
As promised, no more downloading zip files from my site! The check for updates button is on the Options tab, and allows you to force an update. There is also a new /update command line parameter that can be combined with others, which will auto-update the app prior to processing the other command line […]
First off, I fixed another issue with processing whitelists. So update for that if nothing else. Second, up until now, you couldn’t blacklist or whitelist any preceding or trailing spaces around the search strings in your definitions files. These wrapping spaces were trimmed off of the string, so a careless space on its own […]
v3.3.1 CRITICAL FIX for failure to process whitelist under certain circumstances. CRITICAL FIX for failure to process uninstall list during command line operation under certain circumstances. http://download.d7xtech.com/dUninstaller.zip
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