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How to Manually Remove the Connector from a Server

Windows Servers:

  1. Stop all the running process

vlinkprocess64

vlinkservice64

vAgent process

2. Stop and disable the “vAgentManager” = Intigua vAgentManager Service

    (Relevant to physical servers and standalone vLink)

     Using services.msc

3. Remove the “vAgentManager” service = Intigua vAgentManager Service

   (Relevant to physical servers and standalone vLink)

           CMD | sc delete “vAgentManager”

           Verify that the service deleted from services.msc

4. Remove the records from registry (HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\VMI)

    CMD | reg unload hklm\vmi

5. Remove the Intigua folder\s

    VM Servers:

   C:\Program Files\VMware\VMware Tools\plugins\cache

   C:\Program Files\VMware\VMware Tools\plugins\Intigua-Libs

   C:\Program Files\VMware\VMware Tools\plugins\Intigua-Utils

   Physical servers or standalone vLink:

   C:\Program Files\Intigua

 

RHEL Servers:

  1. Stop all the running process

   ps aux | grep connector64

           kill -9 <process ID>

     2. Stop and disable the “vAgent” processes

         ps aux | <process name>

         kill -9 <process ID>

     3. Delete the “Intigua” folder

         rm –rf /usr/local/intigua

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