How to uninstall the Privileged Access Service software
You use the Uninstall command in the Windows Control Panel to remove the connector and console extensions.
All of the components are installed under the name
Privileged Access Service Management Suite followed by the version number. Uninstalling this program removes all of the Privileged Access Service components installed on the computer. You cannot, for example, delete the connector but leave the console extensions.
If you use just one Centrify Connector uninstalling the Centrify Management Settings from the Active Directory Control Panel terminates mobile device policy enforcement. However, if you uninstall the Centrify Management Suite from one computer but have the Centrify Connector installed on one or more other computers, service is not interrupted. In this case, Privileged Access Service automatically switches to another connector.
- On a Windows computer on which you installed Centrify directory policy service Management Suite, close any open Microsoft Management Consoles, such as Active Directory Users and Computers and Group Policy Management Editor, that may be using the components.
- Click Start > Control Panel > (Programs) Uninstall Program, then right-click
Privileged Access Service Management Suite version.
Click Yes when the confirmation message appears.
If no Microsoft Management Console applications are open, the installer finishes and removes the Centrify Management Suite software. If applications are open, you are prompted for how to close them.
If prompted to close open applications, do the following:
Leave the following option selected and click OK:
Automatically close applications and attempt to restart them after setup is complete.
If prompted that a Microsoft Management Console application has stopped working, click Close the program.
The connector and, if also installed, the console extensions are now removed from your computer. However, a directory and some files will still reside on your computer. To remove these files, complete the next step.
To remove Privileged Access Service related files, navigate to and delete the