Trend Micro Deep Security Manager 11 uninstall

Trend Micro Deep Security Manager 11 uninstall

Trend Micro Deep Security Manager 11 uninstall

Trend Micro Deep Security Manager 11 uninstall We have already installed a deep security manager 11. how to uninstall deep security manager. When you manually uninstall an activated agent or relay from a computer, the computer doesn’t notify Deep Security Manager that the software has been uninstalled. On the Computers page in Deep Security Manager, the computer’s status will be “Managed (Offline)” or similar, depending on the context. To avoid this, on Deep Security Manager, either.

If you want to keep deep Security manager database so you can because it now removes the database by the uninstallation process. uninstall deep security relay A Deep Security Relay is an agent where you have enabled the relay feature, so in order to remove the relay, you must uninstall the agent software.

Before updating or uninstalling a Deep Security agent or relay on Windows, you must disable agent self-protection. To do this, on the Deep SecurityManager, go to Computer editor > Settings > General. In Agent Self Protection, and then either deselect Prevent local end-users from uninstalling, stopping or otherwise modifying the Agent or enter a password for the local override.

uring a silent uninstall via command line, by default, the configuration files are kept so that if you re-install in future, the installer repairs upgrades using existing settings, without asking you to input them again.

If you selected not to keep the configuration files during the uninstallation, and you later want to reinstall Deep Security Manager, you should perform a manual clean-up before reinstalling. To remove the Deep Security Manager installation directory enter the command.

Uninstall an agent (Linux)

If your version of Linux provides a graphical package management tool, you can search for the packageds_agent and use the tool to remove the package. Otherwise, use the command line instructions below.

To completely remove the agent and any configuration files it created on a platform that uses the Red Hat package manager (rpm), such as CentOS, Amazon Linux, Oracle Linux, SUSE, or Cloud Linux, enter the command:

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