HCL Workload Automation, Version 9.4

Uninstalling a dynamic domain manager or its backup

Authorization requirements to verify before uninstalling.

Before you begin

  1. Before starting to uninstall, verify that the user running the installation process has the following authorization requirements:
    Windows operating system

    If you set the Windows User Account Control (UAC), your login account must be a member of the Windows Administrators group or domain administrators group with the rights, Act as Part of the Operating System.

    If you set the Windows User Account Control (UAC) on the workstation you must run the installation as administrator.

    UNIX and Linux operating systems
    root access
  2. Ensure that all HCL Workload Automation processes, services and the WebSphere Application Server process are stopped, and that there are no active or pending jobs. For information about stopping the processes and services see Administration Guide.

About this task

Before uninstalling a dynamic domain manager, to maintain a correct hierarchy of the HCL Workload Automation network, see Uninstalling a dynamic domain manager maintaining a correct hierarchy in the network.

To uninstall a dynamic domain manager or its backup, perform the following steps:
  1. Run the uninstallation process as described in Uninstallation wizard.
  2. In the Product package Installation Manager panel, select the packages that you want to uninstall.
  3. Click Next.
  4. Specify the name of the user for which you want to uninstall the product and click Validate user. You do not need to specify the user password.
  5. On the Summary page, review the packages that you selected to uninstall. Click Back if you want to make some changes. If you are satisfied with your choices, click Uninstall. A progress indicator bar shows the percentage of the uninstallation completed.
  6. When the uninstallation process completes, the Complete page opens and confirms success of the uninstallation process.