Uninstalling software CMS didn’t install

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I’ve never had to do this before, can someone point me to an article or discussion about removing software from windows 10 PCs that symantec didn’t install?

Windows is installing a “Dell Pointstick” piece of software I don’t want on my machines.  It’s not part of the drivers I deploy, and I have GPO set to not allow windows to install drivers, but this may be coming down before the computer gets the GPO.  In any case, it is breaking scrolling on our new Dell 5400 Latitude laptop touchpads.

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