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SSH Tectia

Removing from Solaris

To remove SSH Tectia Server from a Solaris environment, follow the instructions below:

  1. Stop SSH Tectia Server with the following command:

    # /etc/init.d/ssh-server-g3 stop
    
  2. Remove the installation by issuing the following command with root privileges:

    # pkgrm SSHG3srvr
    
    [Note]Note

    SSH Tectia Server needs to be uninstalled separately from each local zone, if it has been installed to all zones by installing into the global zone.

  3. If you want to remove also the components that are common with SSH Tectia Client or ConnectSecure, give the following command:

    # pkgrm SSHG3cmmn
    

    Note that removing the common components disables SSH Tectia Client or ConnectSecure, if it has been installed on the same host.


 

 
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