How to: Uninstall an application with Powershell using GPO

Sometimes you would need to automate an uninstall of an application through Group Policies (GPO). This can be done by running a PowerShell script. Firstly create a PowerShell script as below:

$appplication = Get-WmiObject -Class Win32_Product | Where-Object
{$_.Name -match "My Application Name"}
$application.Uninstall()

Save the file and create a new GPO and set the script to load by setting up the Computer Configuration/ Policies/ Windows Settings/ Scripts/ Startup.

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