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Auto uninstall 7 or Migrate CLEANLY to Exceed9?

Auto uninstall 7 or Migrate CLEANLY to Exceed9?

Auto uninstall 7 or Migrate CLEANLY to Exceed9?


Does anyone have any documentation on doing this?  We've never gotten it to work here, and would like to automate this entire process for our nationwide field engineers.

There are no issues on a new machine install, but upgrading older machines is never successful.


RE: Auto uninstall 7 or Migrate CLEANLY to Exceed9?

Best bet,

Uninstall the V7.0 release via the gui in the V7.0 release. Restart you machine then install the V9.0 upgrade. The V9.0 upgrade is a full shipping product btw.

V7.0 was a shit release in all honesty - the first time that HCL used MSI installer technology. Thankfully the revisions since then have been a lot better.



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