Option 1 - Use Connector CLI
Log in to the endpoint using RDP (or having remote execution privileges) and have an elevated shell.
"C:\Program Files\Intigua\Intigua-Utils\intigua.exe" rmc
The connector should make self-removal.
Option 2 - Manual removal
If Option 1 could not remove the Connector:
1. Stop and delete the "Intigua vAgentManager" service via command prompt in Administrator mode.
sc stop vagentmanager
sc delete vagentmanager
2. Then, run the following two commands to remove the connector from the endpoint
reg unload hklm\vmi
REGSVR32 /U "C:\Program Files\Intigua\vAgentManager\PackageM
rmdir \S \Q "C:\Program Files\Intigua\"
- You cannot be in the Intigua folder while running this command.
- change vlink_220.127.116.11 with the proper connector version (based on observed folder path)
Check if the Connector exists
Check running processes using (Process should not exist)
tasklist | findstr vlinkprocess
Check if Connector folder exists (folder should not exist)
dir 'C:\Program Files\Intigua'
If both process and folder of the Connector does not exist - Connector is not installed on the endpoint
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