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|Oracle Identity Synchronization for Windows 6.0 Installation and Configuration Guide|
Before removing the software keep in mind the following points:
You must uninstall subcomponents and the Directory Server Plug-in before you uninstall their associated connectors, and uninstall all the connectors before Core. (The Active Directory Connector does not have any subcomponents to uninstall.)
Failure to uninstall one of these components in the proper order will prevent you from selecting and uninstalling the other components. For example, if you do not uninstall the connectors first, you cannot select Core for uninstallation.
Uninstalling Core first will remove the Plug-in bits without unregistering them from the Directory Server, which prevents the Directory Server from starting unless you manually remove cn=pswsync,cn=plugins,cn=config.
In replicated environments with replicas (in addition to primary and secondary servers) you must uninstall the Directory Server Plug-in and then restart the servers.
The order in which you uninstall connectors does not matter.
After uninstalling a Sun Java System Directory Server or Windows Connector, you must perform some additional steps to reinstall the Connector on a different machine or to use a different server port.
In this case, you must uninstall and reinstall all of the corresponding subcomponents, and restart the Identity Synchronization for Windows daemon/service where Core is installed (see Starting and Stopping Services.
Note - You must follow the instructions for uninstalling product components and subcomponents explicitly, and verify that you have uninstalled all components successfully.