Newbie here (to the forums, that is). Hope I'm not violating any nettiquette here. I've searched the forum and couldn't find this already answered.
Does anyone know how to silently uninstall Python 2.7 - i.e. uninstall it unattended, with no need for user interaction? I need to do it as part of an uninstallation script that installs a bunch of software silently. I've tried running msiexec with the /x and /qn flags on the msi file that was originally installed, but it fails - it just throws up the general help message, implying that I'm using invalid options.
I've done a Google search, and can find help for earlier versions - they can be uninstalled silently by running the unwise.exe that's installed with them, with the right options. But 2.7 doesn't seem to include an unwise.exe, so I can't do that.
Does anyone know how to do this?