it seems that the Office installer for 2013 is a bit messed up.
I do a clean install of Office 2013 on a Windows 7 64Bit version and than want to remove it but there is some left over.
The "Send To OneNote" printer still exists and also a lot of registry hives. I tired modifying the office64ww.msi package which I assume is connected with the Printer but also after removing all custom actions which have the word printer in it, I still can start a repair and the printer comes back again. Sure, I want to remove it but at first I have to find out how it is being installed so that I can remove it probably and not by writing a script around the complete Office installation.
So, thats all, thx
CustomAction ONUninstallPrinter returned actual error code 1603 but will be translated to success due to continue marking
- Edited by Stephannnnn Friday, December 07, 2012 8:29 AM log