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We need to remove SafeGuard/Windows from some machines remotely. I have a Powershell script to do it, but after the uninstall, even if I "REBOOT=ReallySuppress" on the msiexec, uninstalling the main app seems to automatically queue up a message from SafeGuard, that the machine needs to reboot and begins to do that. I am trying to suppress this reboot. I do *not* need to decrypt the drive (Another app takes over the encryption babysitting before I uninstall SG, so I actually can't decrypt it). These are mostly SG 8.0/8.1 with possibly some 7.x mixed in.
Anyone run into this and figure out if there's any parameter I can give somewhere to suppress this reboot? Note: it is *not* the msiexec.exe reboot. I have that suppressed and I know what happens if it's not. It's not doing that. It's a specific reboot being triggered by something in SafeGuard when it's removed.
Hi - Are these Challenge/Response machines or standard BitLocker?
In reply to MichaelMcLannahan:
It's standard Bitlocker. In our limited testing, we are seeing that the reboot notification happens -after- an initial user-initiated reboot. This is better actually, though we are still testing.