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16 May

Jason Coltrin has been working in IT for more than 17 years.

He holds an MCSE 2003 Security plus various Palo Alto and Sonic Wall firewall certifications.

" $Message Title = "Confirm to Continue Sophos Uninstall" $Result = [System. Message Box]:: Show($Message Body,$Message Title,$Button Type,$Message Icon) Write-Host "$Result has been selected, continuing Sophos Uninstall"Next, we’ll want to call a batch file script from Power Shell to run the uninstallers.

I wanted to run a batch file from a Power Shell script, because testing and running inside of Power Shell is overly complicated.

While it may not be the most efficient and elegant script, it does bring the uninstall time down significantly, removes potential mistakes during uninstallation, and teaches us a few things about Power Shell. I like to include hyperlinks for sources of code that I did not write explicitly in the comments preceding the command.

#Stop AV services before modifying file only if service is running Get-Service SAVService,'Sophos Agent', SAVAdmin Service | where | Stop-Service -force #Replace default tamper-proof user password hash with known password hash that is equal to 'password'.

Thanks to this post about how to add a domain user to a local group, we can programmatically add our account into this group with the following commands: $Computer Name = Read-Host "Computer name:" $Group = 'Sophos Administrator' $domain = 'name.domain.com' $user = 'domainusername' ([ADSI]"Win NT://$Computer Name/$Group,group").psbase.

Invoke("Add",([ADSI]"Win NT://$domain/$user").path)Once we add the account, we can disable the tamper-protection feature.

#https:// 'c:\Admin\SAV-msi-uninstall.bat'The file contains the following lines that uninstall the Sophos components in a particular order as defined by the Sophos article linked earlier.Let’s print a message and have Power Shell tell the user who is running the script about what to do next.We’ll have the user hit ENTER to confirm using a Add-Type -Assembly Name Presentation Core, Presentation Framework $Button Type = [System. Message Box Button]:: Yes No $Message Icon = [System. Message Box Image]:: Warning $Message Body = "Tamper-Proof has been disabled and it's ok to continue?Be sure to close the Sophos AV Console window after disabling Tamper-Protect." Read-Host "Press ENTER to continue" #Open Sophos Endpoint AV Console for the user.Use the call operator (&) to open the & 'C:\Program Files (x86)\Sophos\Sophos Anti-Virus\SAVmain.exe' #Prompt user to confirm tamper protection has been disabled.