Windows Server 2008, yes.
If you try it and find that it works on another platform, please add a note to windows the script discussion to let others know.
First you need to download and install Windows Management Framework (Which gives you Windows PowerShell.0, WinRM.0, and bits.0) Details on this package as well as the download links can be windows found here m/kb/968929, windows in uninstall this customers case they would have downloaded.
From a 2008 R2 machine, open windows a PowerShell Windows and type.
I wanted to post this information for future googler's on how I uninstalled the Powershell.0 System from my uninstall xystem with uninstall sp2.KB926141 installed on these servers as the Language Pack update, but no initial Install Update.The entire risk arising out of the use or performance of the sample scripts and documentation remains with you.The thing is, I could not find the KB's mentioned in this article, or articles mentioned herein.KB926139 through CMD and Control Panel Add/Remove Programs, it is nowhere to be found.
Remote Management was NOT enabled on the server so they were in big trouble.
Or if they had a 64bit.
This script is tested on these platforms by the author.
So, I wen disk into the folder and ran the uninstaller there.I am attempting to windows standardize our PowerShell deployment and usage across all servers, which involves uninstalling PS1.0/installing PS2.0 on Server 2003 machines.Windows superduper Server 2012 R2, yes.Now, we need to enable remote sessions: Open PowerShell on the Windows 2003 Server and run the command Enable-psRemoting.The Powershell Executable is located at You will want to make sure that remote management uninstall and WMI powershell is enabled on the server.Disclaimer The powershell sample scripts are not supported under any uninstall Microsoft standard support plugin program or service.