Uninstalling System Center Endpoint Protection
If you have been using System Center Endpoint Protection and you now want to move away from it, you will need to carry out an uninstall of the software.
This can be very easily carried out either through a manual process of uninstalling using the Programs and Features within the Windows Control Panel or if you have the original installer, simply build a command line to carry out the uninstall for you.
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You can then use a system like Group Policy or Configuration Manager to carry out the uninstall for you on a larger amount of computers.
The command line that you will need to use with the original installer is:
scepinstall.exe /u /s
This will then run the original installer package but with the uninstall and silent parameters. You can then push this command out to multiple computers where required.
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