Uninstall the Enterprise Management Server

This article describes the steps to uninstall the Enterprise Management Server.
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This article describes the steps to uninstall the Enterprise Management Server.
Windows
To uninstall the Enterprise Management Server on Windows, you must be logged in to the Windows system as a user with Windows administrative privileges (that is, the Windows administrator or a member of the Windows Administrators group).
Follow these steps:
  1. Stop JBoss, if it is running.
  2. Click 
    Start
    Control Panel
    Programs
    Uninstall a Program
    .
  3. Scroll through the program list and select 
    Privileged Identity Manager
     Enterprise Server.
  4. Click 
    Uninstall/Change
    .
    The Uninstall 
    Privileged Identity Manager
     Enterprise Server wizard appears.
  5. Follow the wizard instructions to uninstall the product.
    The uninstall completes and removes 
    Privileged Identity Manager
     Enterprise Server from your computer.
  6. Click 
    Done
     to close the wizard.
Linux
If you want to remove the Enterprise Management Server from your computer, use the uninstall program that 
Privileged Identity Manager
 provides.
Follow these steps:
  1. Stop JBoss by doing 
    one 
    of the following:
    • From the JBoss job windows, interrupt (Ctrl+C) the process.
    • Run the following command from a separate window.
      ./JBoss_path/bin/shutdown -S
    • Run the following command in a Linux terminal.
      #service jbossd stop
  2. Enter the following command:
    /ACPMInstallDir/Uninstall_EnterpriseManagement/Uninstall_CA_Access_Control_Enterprise_Management
    • ACPMInstallDir
      Defines the installation directory of the Enterprise Management Server.
      Default:
      /opt/CA/AccessControlServer/
    InstallAnywhere loads the uninstall wizard or console.
  3. Follow the prompts to uninstall the Enterprise Management Server.
    The uninstall completes and removes the Enterprise Management Server from your computer.
Note: 
Uninstalling the Enterprise Management Server does not uninstall the third-party (JBoss and Java Development Kit) components. After you uninstall the Enterprise Management Server, uninstall the third-party components.