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SSH Tectia 
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    About This Document >>
    Installing SSH Tectia Server >>
        Planning the Installation >>
        Installing the SSH Tectia Server Software >>
        Removing the SSH Tectia Server Software >>
            Removing from AIX
            Removing from HP-UX
            Removing from Linux
            Removing from Solaris
    Getting Started >>
    Configuration >>
    Authentication >>
    Application Tunneling >>
    Troubleshooting >>
    Man Pages
    Advanced Options >>
    Log Messages >>

Removing from Solaris

To remove SSH Tectia Server from a Solaris SPARC environment, perform the following tasks:

  1. Stop the Secure Shell daemon using the following command:
    # /etc/init.d/sshd2 stop
    
  2. Remove the installation by issuing one of the following commands with root privileges:
    # pkgrm SSHssh2
    
    or
    # pkgrm SSHssh2.2
    

Note: The uninstallation procedure removes only the files that were created when installing the software. Any configuration files have to be removed manually.

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