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Removing Teamworks

I have searched through all the documentation and there's really nothing to assist me with the steps to completely remove Teamworks. I have it installed on a SuSE Linux server, and we are instead going to roll out Vibe on that server. No one is currently using (or has even used) Teamworks since we installed it. How do I cleanly remove it from the server?

Thanks in advance!

GW 2018 & Mobility Service-Version: 18.1.0 Build: 410 on SLES 12SP3, GW Client 18.02 (Build 131493) on Windows 7 64bit; server OES 11 on SLES 11 SP3; eDirectory 9.1 on SLES12SP3 and eDirectory 8.8sp8 on SLES11 SP3
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Re: Removing Teamworks

On 22.05.2019 23:24, iliadmin wrote:
>
> I have searched through all the documentation and there's really nothing
> to assist me with the steps to completely remove Teamworks. I have it
> installed on a SuSE Linux server, and we are instead going to roll out
> Vibe on that server.


No. Teamworks is an appliance. The way to remove it is to remove the
whole virtual machine. If you want a vibe server, you will have to
install that from scratch.

> No one is currently using (or has even used)
> Teamworks since we installed it. How do I cleanly remove it from the
> server?


Above said, you don't. You remove the whole machine, as it comes all
integrated together (appliance).

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iliadmin1 Absent Member.
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Re: Removing Teamworks

Well geez, sorry, I COMPLETELY forgot that detail. :rolleyes: Of course, and thank you for the gentle dope slap! LOL

Val

GW 2018 & Mobility Service-Version: 18.1.0 Build: 410 on SLES 12SP3, GW Client 18.02 (Build 131493) on Windows 7 64bit; server OES 11 on SLES 11 SP3; eDirectory 9.1 on SLES12SP3 and eDirectory 8.8sp8 on SLES11 SP3
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