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Using the remove Command

Corey Plett|Last Updated: 11/16/2016

Applies To: Windows Server 2016, Windows Server 2012 R2, Windows Server 2012

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SubommandDescription
Using the remove-Image Commandremoves a boot or install image from the server.
Using the remove-ImageGroup Commandremoves an image group from the server.
Using the remove-MulticastTransmission CommandDisables multicast transmission of an image.
Using the remove-Namespace Commandremoves a namespace from the server.
Using the remove-DriverGroupPackage Commandremoves a driver package from a driver group on a server.
Using the remove-DriverGroupPackages Commandremoves driver packages from a driver group on a server.
Using the remove-DriverPackage Commandremoves a driver package from a server.
Using the remove-DriverPackages Commandremoves driver packages from a server.
Using the remove-DriverGroup Commandremoves a driver group from a server.
Using the remove-DriverGroupFilter Commandremoves a filter rule from a driver group on a server.
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