We have a Scholastic program that uses Quicktime to do audio playback and recording. Unfortunately for me, when I created my image, I didn't know that installing too high a version of Quicktime would break the program. So now I'm faced with having to go to each computer and uninstall the current version, then install an older version in order to get the program to work. (I've already tried to install the older version on top and the install fails).
So the question is, is there a way silently uninstall the newer version, then install the older version through GPO or some script?
I have the computers grouped into logical OUs, which should help.
Need to uninstall Quicktime version 7.6.7 and install 7.1.6
I have a Win2k8 domain, and the client computers are XP SP3.