Remote computers, such as servers and other workstations on your network, run applications just like your office desktop computer does. You can manage a computer's installed applications remotely by connecting to the system using Windows' built-in Remote Desktop utility. This makes it easy to uninstall and maintain systems on your or your clients' networks without having to be physically present.
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Press the "Windows" and "R" keys together, then type "mststc.exe" and press "Enter."
Enter the IP address or hostname of the remote computer you are connecting to, then press "Enter."
Log on to the computer using an administrative account when prompted.
Click the "Start" button on the remote computer and type "AppWiz.cpl" in the Start menu search bar. Click "AppWiz.cpl" from the list of programs.
Scroll down to the name of the application you would like to remove, then click it.
Click "Uninstall" on the toolbar above the list of applications. The program will be uninstalled.
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