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it is safe to remove SharePoint on a SBS 2011 server

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I am cleaning up our server i would like to know

it is safe to remove SharePoint on a SBS 2011 server
as we do not use it and it
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No. It is an integral part of SBS, and you must leave everything installed or you risk breaking the OS, and it would also be a breach of the Terms of use for that OS. If you don't want to use one of it's features, just don't use it, but always leave it installed and running.
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