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Manual Removal of CA iTechnology iGateway 4.2.0.1

I am uninstalling CA anti-virus on a 2003 SBS server and installing Trend Micro Security Suite. During the install of the Trend the client install on the server gets the following error message.

Although Client/Server Security Agent supports automatic uninstallation of CA iTechnology iGateway 4.2.0.1, Setup encountered problems with the uninstaller program. Please remove CA iTechnology iGateway 4.2.0.1 manually before installing Trend Micro Client/Server Security Agent. Setup will now terminate.

I have searched everywhere and can't find an manual uninstall of the gateway. I actually went into add/remove programs and uninstalled the program and it supposively uninstalled correctly. So there must be some pieces left. I tried the windows installer cleanup utility to remove the pieces from registry but that did not work either.

Any help would be good.
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parseccomputer
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optomaCommented:
Run autoruns.
In Autoruns:
Hit options and check "verify code signatures" and rescan (F5 key)
Don't make any other changes...

Within Autoruns,select the file tab and select save(Ctrl+S) and save as AutoRuns Data (*.arn) -Output file is a few megs in size
Once saved then right click autoruns.arn and rename to autoruns.txt to upload

Autoruns http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/sysinternals/bb963902.aspx
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upalakshithaCommented:
did u look for CA iTechnology iGateway  registry folders & keys in local machine software hive if found u can delete them & retry installation
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parseccomputerAuthor Commented:
I got it completely removed by going through the registry and deleting everything with Computer Associates in the registry keys.
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