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how to uninstall program on SBS 2008

Posted on 2011-09-09
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I installed an app on my SBS 2008 and now want to uninstall. Never done that before and am realizing there is no "add or remove" programs in the Control Panels. How is this done on SBS 2008?
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Vista, Windows7, and SBS 2008/2011 have replaced add/remove programs with programs and features still in the control panel. You can remove there by right clicking on the application and selecting uninstall
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Perfect!  Thanks.
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by:RickEpnet
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Looks like this.
9-9-2011-2-48-58-PM.jpg
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