Uninstalling Workflow Automation in an MSCS environment

You can uninstall Workflow Automation (WFA) from a cluster by deleting all the WFA services from the cluster nodes.

About this task

This task applies to Windows Server 2012.

Procedure

  1. Take the services offline by using Failover Cluster Manager:
    1. Right-click the role.
    2. Select Stop Role.
  2. Uninstall WFA on the first node, and then uninstall WFA on the second node.
  3. Delete the cluster resources from Failover Cluster Manager:
    1. Right-click the role.
    2. Select Remove.
  4. Manually delete the data in the shared location.