Uninstall the Microsoft Intune client via PowerShell

This post will be a short and quick follow-up on my post earlier this week about uninstalling the Microsoft Intune client. The second method I mentioned in that post was about using the ProvisioningUtil.exe. Personally I think the actions mentioned in that method are too many manual actions, so I created a small PowerShell script with two functions to do exactly the same. In this post I’ll go through the two functions, and how they come together, in three steps. >> The complete script is available via download here on the TechNet Galleries! << Step 1: Get the ServiceId The first step is that I need to get the service ID for the uninstall command line. The following function goes through the registry path that …

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Uninstall the Microsoft Intune client

This blog post will be relatively short, but will address a common “issue” with the Microsoft Intune client and that’s the uninstall of the client. I know it’s been addressed already in a couple of blogs, but that seems to be all outdated information. Sometimes even an old batch file with all “hard-coded” MSI GUIDs is mentioned, well that’s definitely outdated by now. In my opinion there are only two real methods to uninstall the Microsoft Intune client. The first one is via the Microsoft Intune administration console and the second one is via the ProvisioningUtil.exe on the client machine. In this blog post I’ll go through both methods. Method 1 – Microsoft Intune administration console The first method is, by far, the easiest. This …

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