I have a situation where a user works from home but is connected to our internal network. Although I have a remote access program (LANDESK) to connect to his system, our office policy forbids me from removing programs unless I am logged into my special admin account. However, switching accounts disconnects the user from the VPN, which effectively kicks me off his system.

Therefore, as someone who is not very familiar with PowerShell, I am trying to find a way to run a command to uninstall the software with my admin account while the user is still logged in, and ideally without any disruption. The system is running Windows 10 v1803, and the software in question is SSMS 2014. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

Askify Moderator Edited question April 28, 2023