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Remotely uninstall Rumba using the WMI command-line (WMIC) utility

Remotely uninstall Rumba using the WMI command-line (WMIC) utility

Execute the following wmic commands to uninstall Rumba form the computer:

  • Launch the command prompt as an administrator
  • First check if Rumba is installed by executing the following command:


wmic /node:COMPUTERNAME product where name="RUMBA"


  • If installed it will display the following information:




  • If Rumba is not installed then it will display with the following command:

No Instance(s) Available.



  • Now execute the following command on the computer if Rumba is installed:


wmic /node:COMPUTERNAME product where name ="RUMBA" call uninstall



You will need to enclose computer name in double quotation marks if the computer name contains hyphen: wmic /node:"COMPUTER-NAME" product where name ="RUMBA" call uninstall



Please note that computers may reboot after the uninstall is completed.


Please contact Micro Focus SupportLine should you have any questions.


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Action1  works similar to using wmic to uninstall software remotely (wmic silent uninstall), but provides a convenient and centralize way of managing batch software uninstalls.  Take a look please


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