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Uninstalling Unified Manager from Windows

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

Before you begin

  • You must have Windows administrator privileges.

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

  • The Unified Manager server must not have an active connection to an external data provider such as Graphite.

    If it does, you must delete the connection using the Unified Managermaintenance console.


  1. When installed in a high-availability setup, remove the HA service group resources and delete the HA service group before uninstalling Unified Manager from both nodes.

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

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    Programs and Features wizard

    1. Navigate to Control Panel > Program and Features.

    2. Select OnCommand Unified Manager, and click Uninstall.

    Command line

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

    2. Navigate to the OnCommand 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.

  3. 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, and 7zip

    • MySQL application data generated by Unified Manager

    • Application logs and contents of application data directory