Start the uninstaller program (runUninstaller.sh on Solaris, uninstaller.sh on Linux, or uninstall.cmd on Windows).
These programs are located in the installation directory (which is the /opt/SUNWisw directory by default).
At the Welcome screen click Next.
Enter the Configuration Directory Host name and Port number.
Select the root suffix of the configuration directory. (If necessary, click Refresh to see the list of suffixes.)
For secure communication between the uninstall program and the configuration directory server, enable the Secure Port box and specify the Directory Server’s SSL port number.
Enter your administrator’s name and password for the configuration directory.
Select the connector(s) to be uninstalled.
The selected connectors must be present on the target host.
Click Next to perform further uninstallation related tasks.
A summary window appears. Please follow the instructions presented in this window.
On Solaris systems: Uninstallation logs are written to /var/sadm/install/logs/
On Linux systems: Uninstallation logs are written to /var/sadm/install/logs/
On Windows systems: Uninstallation logs are written to the %TEMP% directory, which is a subdirectory of the Local Settings folder located in
C:\Documents and Settings\Administrator
On some Windows systems such as Windows 2000 Advanced Server, the Local Settings folder is a hidden folder. To view this folder and the Temp subdirectory:
Open your Windows Explorer and select Tools -> Folder Options from the menu bar. When the Folder Options dialog box is displayed, select the View tab and enable the Show Hidden Files option.
Click Close to exit the program.
If there are no other connectors installed on the target host, then you can safely remove the isw-hostname folder.
Repeat Uninstalling Connectors for all hosts where connectors are installed.