Uninstalling the agent on Solaris systems

To uninstall the Solaris svr4 packages:

  1. In the directory where you have downloaded and extracted the Centrify agent packages, run the following command:

    ./install.sh -e -n

  2. You can run the following command to verify the Solaris agent package svr4 installation status:

    pkginfo | grep -i centrify

    Note that there is no space between "pkg" and "info"; if you search for "pkg info" you'll be searching for IPS packages.

To uninstall the Solaris IPS packages:

  1. In the directory where you have downloaded and extracted the Centrify agent packages, run the following command:

    ./install-ips.sh -e -n

  2. You can run the following command to verify the Solaris agent package IPS installation status:

    pkg info | grep -i centrify

    Note the space between "pkg" and "info"; if you search for "pkginfo" you'll be searching for svr4 packages.

To uninstall the Solaris IPS packages on systems with one or more child zones:

  1. To uninstall a single package from both parent and child zones, run the following command:

    pkg uninstall -r packagename

    For example, to uninstall only the CentrifyDA package, run the following command:

    pkg uninstall -r security/centrifyda

    To uninstall more than one package or all installed packages, enter the package names separated by a space. For example:

    pkg uninstall -r security/centrifyda security/centrifydc-curl security/centrifydc-ldapproxy

  2. You can run the following command to verify the Solaris agent package IPS installation status:

    pkg info | grep -i centrify

    Note the space between "pkg" and "info"; if you search for "pkginfo" you'll be searching for svr4 packages.