4.1. Removing SGD

To remove SGD, you remove the components installed on hosts, on application servers, and on client devices.

4.1.1. How to Remove SGD on Oracle Solaris Platforms

If the SGD server is a member of an array, remove the SGD server from the array. You can use the tarantella array command to do this.

  1. Log in as superuser (root) on the SGD host.

  2. Remove SGD.

    # tarantella uninstall --purge
    Caution

    The tarantella uninstall command is the recommended method for removing SGD. This command stops all SGD processes before removing the software. Do not use the pkgrm command directly to remove SGD.

4.1.2. How to Remove SGD on Linux Platforms

If the SGD server is a member of an array, remove the SGD server from the array. You can use the tarantella array command to do this.

  1. Log in as superuser (root) on the SGD host.

  2. Remove SGD.

    • On 32-bit Linux platforms:

      # tarantella uninstall --purge
      Caution

      The tarantella uninstall command is the recommended method for removing SGD. This command stops all SGD processes before removing the software. Do not use the rpm command directly to remove SGD.

    • On 64-bit Linux platforms:

      # tarantella stop
      # yum remove tta
      # rm -fr install-dir

      where install-dir is the SGD installation directory. By default, this is /opt/tarantella.

      Caution

      If you used yum to install SGD, you must use yum to remove SGD.

4.1.3. How to Remove the SGD Enhancement Module for Microsoft Windows

  1. Log in to the Windows host as a user with administrator privileges.

  2. In the Windows Control Panel, select Add or Remove Programs.

  3. Select Secure Global Desktop Enhancement Module.

  4. Do one of the following:

    • On Microsoft Windows XP platforms: Click Remove.

    • On Microsoft Windows 7 platforms: Click Uninstall.

4.1.4. How to Remove the SGD Enhancement Module for UNIX and Linux Platforms

  1. Log in as superuser (root) on the application server.

  2. Remove the Enhancement Module.

    The following commands stop all Enhancement Module processes before removing the software.

    On Oracle Solaris platforms:

    # pkgrm tem

    On Linux platforms:

    # rpm -e tem
    Note

    The Enhancement Module installation directory, and some configuration files in this directory, are not removed. The default installation directory for the Enhancement Module is /opt/tta_tem.

4.1.5. How to Remove the SGD Client on Microsoft Windows Platforms (Manual Installation)

Follow these instructions only if the SGD Client was installed manually.

  1. Remove the SGD Client program.

    • For a system-wide installation:

      1. In the Windows Control Panel, select Add or Remove Programs.

      2. Select Oracle Secure Global Desktop Client.

      3. Do one of the following:

        • On Microsoft Windows XP platforms: Click Remove.

        • On Microsoft Windows 7 platforms: Click Uninstall.

    • For a user-specific installation:

      Delete the SGD Client from wherever it is installed. The default locations are in the user's Home folder, as follows:

      On Microsoft Windows XP platforms:

      C:\Documents and Settings\username\Local Settings\Application Data\Programs\Oracle\Secure Global Desktop Client\clients\version

      On Microsoft Windows 7 platforms:

      C:\Users\username\AppData\Local\Programs\Oracle\Secure Global Desktop Client\clients\version

4.1.6. How to Remove the SGD Client on Microsoft Windows Platforms (Automatic Installation)

Follow these instructions only if the SGD Client was installed automatically.

  1. Remove the SGD Client program.

    Delete the SGD Client program from the user's Home folder.

    On Microsoft Windows XP platforms, for example:

    C:\Documents and Settings\username\Local Settings\Temp\Oracle Secure Global Desktop\clients\version

    On Microsoft Windows 7 platforms, for example:

    C:\Users\username\AppData\Local\Temp\Oracle Secure Global Desktop\clients\version

    The SGD Client program is tcc.exe.

4.1.7. How to Remove the SGD Client on UNIX, Linux, and Mac OS X Platforms (Manual Installation)

Follow these instructions only if the SGD Client was installed manually.

  1. Remove the SGD Client program.

    Delete the SGD Client program from wherever it is installed.

    The default installation directory depends on whether the SGD Client was installed in a user-specified location or in a system-wide location, as follows:

    For a user-specific installation, the default locations are:

    • UNIX or Linux platforms: $HOME/Oracle Secure Global Desktop/clients/arch/version

    • Mac OS X platforms: $HOME/Applications/Oracle Secure Global Desktop Client/version/Oracle Secure Global Desktop Client.app

    For a system-wide installation:

    • UNIX or Linux platforms: /opt/Oracle Secure Global Desktop/clients/arch/version

    • Mac OS X platforms: /Applications/Oracle Secure Global Desktop Client/version/Oracle Secure Global Desktop Client.app

    For a system-wide installation on UNIX or Linux platforms, also remove the entry for the SGD Client in the configuration file at /etc/opt/Oracle Secure Global Desktop/clients.conf.

    The SGD Client program is ttatcc.

4.1.8. How to Remove the SGD Client on UNIX, Linux, and Mac OS X Platforms (Automatic Installation)

Follow these instructions only if the SGD Client was installed automatically.

  1. Remove the SGD Client program.

    Delete the SGD Client program from wherever it is installed. Typically this is the $HOME/.tarantella/clients/arch/version directory.

    The SGD Client program is ttatcc.