To remove Trusted Extensions from your Solaris system, you perform specific steps to remove Trusted Extensions customizations to the Solaris system.
As in the Solaris OS, archive any data in the labeled zones that you want to keep.
Remove the Trusted Extensions packages from the system.
If you added the Trusted Extensions packages by using the install wizard, use the uninstall wizard.
The wizard can be found in the /var/sadm/tx directory.
# cd /var/sadm/tx # java uninstall_Solaris_Trusted_Extensions
You can also use the prodreg command. For details, see prodreg(1M) command.
If you added the Trusted Extensions packages by using the pkgadd command, use the pkgrm command.
For details, see the pkgrm(1M) man page.
Run the bsmunconv command.
For the effect of this command, see the bsmunconv(1M) man page.
(Optional) Reboot the system.
Configure the system.
Various services might need to be configured for your Solaris system. Candidates include auditing, basic networking, naming services, and file system mounts.