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LogMeIn IT ruined windows server 2000 - should we uninstall LogmeIn IT or restore a tape first?

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LogMeIn IT was installed on a server 2000 sp4 that had no problems before the install.
.Now, the administrator account can' t login.
.Avast antivirs services were stopped by LogMeIn IT withour our knowledge or approval.
.A login that has admin equivalence can't shutdown the server
.InternetExplorer needed to have the install options answered all over again.
.patches were applied and the server was rebooted, but frequently the message appears to restart now or restart later
.event log error-"Windows can not unload you registry file.  If you have a roaming profile, your settings are not replicated.  Contact your administrator."  Detail - Access is denied build number ((2195))  MSKB article 837115

What is the recommended solution?  Do we unistall LogMeIN IT or restore a tape backup of the registry system state and the windows os folders?

Why do so many people recommend this software when we have found so many articles saying it causes a lot of problems?

Currently the server is ruined and the this will cost the owner quite a bit of time and money to resolve.
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Jeffrey Kane - TechSoEasy earned 500 total points
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Contact 3AM Studios (LogMeIn) and ask them.  They provide great support and may have encountered this problem before.

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