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Removing the Management Server

In case you need to remove the Management Server installation, follow the instructions below.

Note that the uninstallation will not remove the /etc/opt/ssh-mgmt/server directory or its contents (configuration files), or the /var/opt/ssh-mgmt/server directory or its contents (database files, keys, and certificates).

On Linux, run the following command to remove the Management Server:

# rpm --erase ssh-mgmt-server

On Solaris, run the following command to remove the Management Server:

# pkgrm SSHmgmtse


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