How can I run the ALM Client Cleanup Tool using command line arguments?

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Is there a way that the ALMClientCleanup tool can be run using command line arguments?

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Asked on August 14, 2017 6:45 pm
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I have entered the steps below on how to run the ALM Client Cleanup tool using command line arguments.
Installation and Usage Instructions

- Click Download.

- Run the saved exe file as an administrator. Note: You can also run the file from the command prompt with switches /detect, /version=, and /cleanup.
- /detect: The ALM Client Cleanup add-in runs in ''Detect only'' mode. Lists the installations and versions detected on the machine.
- /version: [number]: The add-in cleans up a specific version. [number] is the version to clean up. Example: /version:10
- /cleanup: The add-in cleans up all versions and all associated add-ins and extensions.
- Click the question mark symbol in the upper right corner for more usage instructions.

Click the following link to download the [ALM Client Cleanup Tool][1].

I hope this answers your question.

[1]: https://marketplace.saas.hpe.com/appdelivery/content/alm-client-cleanup-add-in

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Answered on August 14, 2017 6:48 pm
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You might want to look at [CleanTD_80][1] tool for cleaning up the TD_80 directory.

[1]: https://github.com/TomMargrave/CleanTD_80

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