Uninstalling Unified Manager

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You can uninstall Unified Manager by using the Programs and Features wizard, or by performing an unattended uninstallation from the command-line interface.

What you’ll need

  • You must have Windows administrator privileges.

  • All clusters (data sources) must be removed from the Unified Manager server before uninstalling the software.

  1. Uninstall Unified Manager by choosing one of the following options:

    • If you uninstall Unified Manager from Programs and Features wizard, perform these steps:

      1. Navigate to Control Panel > Program and Features.

      2. Select Active IQ Unified Manager, and click Uninstall.

    • If you uninstall Unified Manager from Command line, then perform these steps:

      1. Log in to the Windows command line using administrator privileges.

      2. Navigate to the Active IQ Unified Manager directory, and run the following command:

        msiexec /x {A78760DB-7EC0-4305-97DB-E4A89CDFF4E1} /qn /l*v %systemdrive%\UmUnInstall.log

        If User Account Control (UAC) is enabled on the server, and you are logged in as a domain user, you must use the command-line uninstallation method.

        Unified Manager is uninstalled from your system.

  2. Uninstall the following third-party packages and data that are not removed during the Unified Manager uninstallation:

    • Third-party packages: JRE, MySQL, Microsoft Visual C++ 2015 Redistributable, Python, and 7zip

    • MySQL application data generated by Unified Manager

    • Application logs and contents of application data directory