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I would like to bulk remove many Desktop Client "user" type installs and eventually replace them with "machine" type installs. I have an old version of CleanZoom (6.5.64722.907) that when run, cleans out the user type installs correctly. I downloaded the latest version (126.96.36.199) today which says it was updated on July 25, 2023. When I run the new version on a computer with a user install, the tool exits and fails to remove the software. Has this ability been removed from CleanZoom and only removes machine type installs?
It appears that when I force a machine type install to a computer with a user type install, the user type install is removed anyway, so this will be a quick way to flip them all to machine type installs. However, it would be good to have an up to date tool that will clean out any type of install.