How to work on PoP Up window which comes up while uninstall of the application

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    chethan k v

    Hi Team,

    When i am trying to uninstall notepad++ using powershell, I am getting an popup to confirm from the user. How can i confirm via code so that notepad++ gets uninstalled automatically.


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    Bob McCoy

    Are you using the /S switch for the silent unattended uninstall?

    In the future, please post the relevant portion of your script as opposed to making us guess what you might have done.

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    Don Jones

    PowerShell isn't really designed for GUI interaction. As suggested, try a silent uninstall.

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    Abdul Rehman

    I am using following script to uninstall Lync,

    Set-ExecutionPolicy Unrestricted -Force
    $programs = @("Microsoft Lync Server 2013, Core Components")
    foreach ($program in $programs){
    $app = Get-WmiObject -Class win32_Product -ComputerName "localhost" | Where-Object {$_.Name -match "$program"}
    if ($app -ne $null){
    Write-Host -ForegroundColor DarkYellow "$program has been uninstalled successsfully."
    Write-Host -ForegroundColor DarkYellow "$program could not be found."
    }catch [exception]{
    Write-Host '$_ is' $_
    Write-Host '$_.GetType().FullName is' $_.GetType().FullName

    but could not figure out how can I make it silent uninstall that would return value 0 instead of 1603

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