Back | home Removing or Disabling Software 
Windows Server 2003 allows you to automatically remove software you no longer want deployed in your 
organization. To remove software, right-click the package file name in Software Installation, point to All 
Tasks, and then click Remove. In the Remove Software dialog box, select Immediately Uninstall The 
Software From Users And Computers (Forced Removal) to automatically delete the application from the 
computer, either the next time the computer is turned on or the next time a user logs on; or select Allow 
Users To Continue To Use The Software, But Prevent New Installations (Optional Removal). 
Note: Only software that has been installed from a Windows Installer package 
file can be removed using Group Policy. Any software that was installed 
without using Windows Installer must be removed manually.
You can use the Qfecheck.exe program to check the current service pack and hotfix status of a computer. 
The Qfecheck.exe program is available for download from the Microsoft support Web site. To display a 
Qfecheck report, run Qfecheck.exe from the command prompt. The report includes the current service pack 
level of the operating system and a list of installed hotfixes. Qfecheck indicates whether each hotfix is 
current on the system or needs to be reinstalled.

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Vibrant acknowledges that success in a Boot Camp is the result of joint efforts of the student and the training provider. It is therefore not possible for a training provider to unilaterally guarantee success in a Boot Camp. Unless the student puts in the requisite efforts, success in a Boot Camp will be elusive.

Vibrant, however, guarantees to provide the environment, infrastructure and training methodology which will make success in the Boot Camp inevitable assuming the presence of corresponding efforts from the student.

Vibrant, therefore, provides passing guarantee with the following terms :

If you are not able to pass any (or all) of the exams, you can attend the course (or courses) again at Vibrant free-of-cost with the following conditions :

1- You can attend classes in a scheduled Boot Camp listed on our website. The Boot Camp should have a seat available and should not have been cancelled due to nil registrations.
2- You will have to pay the cost of Hotel stay, meals, air-fare, tests and any other third-party service. The courseware has to be carried back by you.
3- The guarantee entitles you to attend only the course for which you have failed an exam. Other courses cannot be substituted in this guarantee.
4- You are entitled to re-attend within one year of completion of the Boot Camp.
5- Also if you fail an exam, the current Boot Camp will continue to run as scheduled and the retraining can be availed only after completion of the current Boot Camp.


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