What's the best way to silently uninstall Backblaze off people's computers? We've had it for awhile and recently decided to stop using it, as it wasn't being used and move people are just using OneDrive or Dropbox accounts we've given them. I know there's a guide from Backblaze itself, but it seems to require other steps: https://help.backblaze.com/hc/en-us/articles/115003602813-Silent-Uninstaller.
Most likely you should be able to do something similar to the following script, after modifying it with the command from Backblaze and tuning the other steps to your needs:
The -nobrowse flag on the hdiutil command there should help keep it transparent to users.
So you could cache the DMG with the uninstaller first, then have a policy with a script similar to the above.
It seems Backblaze doesn't have a silent uninstall tool for Mac. The guide says it's "silent," but it still prompts the user. Ugh, not sure how to do this gracefully.
"Please note that at this time, a dialog box will still appear asking to confirm uninstallation."