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Remove SSRPM reset Wizard

Posted on 2011-02-14
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Hello folks, I have a customer that left his job and the company allowed him to keep the laptop he had. Well i got the legal notice removed at login, but the only thing left to make it worthwhile is the SSRPM, I would like that removed from this system and I cannot seem to figure out how to do so. The customer does not want anythign from the company left on his system so removal of this is needed.(the company set this up). Help would be nice. Thank you in advance.
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This is basically a three step process:
1.  Uninstall the SSRPM User Client Software.
2.  Uninstall the SSRPM Service: start the SSRPM Admin Console and use the SSRPM Service Installation Wizard to remove the current SSRPM Service.
3.  Uninstall the SSRPM Admin Console: uninstall the SSRPM Admin Console by running the SSRPM setup executable (called: 'SetupSSRPM.exe') or by using the Windows 'Add or Remove programs' tool.
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I cannot believe i over looked that in AD/Remove programs.... Thank you so much....Happy valintines day. Ty very much <3
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