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SCCM 2012 de-configure SCEP

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Using SCCM 2012 on Win 2012.  I have a collection that I want to de-configure SCEP and move them all to un-managed.  Is there an easy way to do that?
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Question by:Ben Hart
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by:Leon Taljaard
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Hi

Are you wanting to uninstall the client from the machines ? if so then you can use the following link to help you.

http://mutterances.com/cant-remove-system-center-2012-endpoint-protection-client-it-just-keeps-reinstalling/

You might need to remove them from the EP install collection before as well and then just reinstall the SCCM client if needed.

Hope this helps

Thanks
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by:Ben Hart
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No at this point I'd rather they were not uninstalled but rather un-managed.  If Possible after that I will need to remove the SCCM client.
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Leon Taljaard earned 2000 total points
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Well then you could maybe just remove them from the deployment collection, that way they will still have the SCCM & SCEP client on but no new updates sent to them or in the managed collection ?
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by:merowinger
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Why want you do to that?
If you just want Users to be able to change settings you can configure that in your SCEP Policy
You have to make sure the SCEP Agent get's Definition Updates...
Do you have a WSUS Server or any Group Policies to control SCEP?
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by:Ben Hart
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I'm not into explaining why I want to do this.. I just need to know how to accomplish it.  the why's honestly don't matter do they?  I believe Leon has the right idea, a couple of test machines this worked on.. the clients SCEP was still installed just left in an un-managed state.
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