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disabling radia client on a machine running Win XP

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How do we disable/uninstall radia client on a machine running Win XP? The machine is real old and the user does not want Office 2007 on it, but the Radia client keeps installing that again and again.



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To remove the Radia client: Run the Radia client's setup.exe and select remove, but that would probably stop all software delivery.

A better solution would be (to have your Radia administrator) add an exception for that machine (Radia Policy server 'may not have' Office 2007 override) or implement a ZSTOP expression preventing the application from installing on systems below minimum specs.

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To remove the Radia client: Run the Radia client's setup.exe and select remove, but that would probably stop all software delivery.

A better solution would be (to have your Radia administrator) add an exception for that machine (Radia Policy server 'may not have' Office 2007 override) or implement a ZSTOP expression preventing the application from installing on systems below minimum specs.

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