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LabTechSoftware MSP Monitoring Service removal

Posted on 2011-03-17
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Does anyone know how to remove the MSP Monitoring Service by LabTechSoft.com?  Just picked up a new client and the previous providers installed this service.  According to LabTech, it can ONLY be removed by the company who installed it, using a special uninstall utility.  LabTech will not provide me with the utility because I guess they think I'm a bad guy.  So now a ticked-off consultant has full access to my customer's computers.  Not a real good situation.
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Finally convinced Labtech to provide me with the uninstaller.
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