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skeates

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Any one know how to uninstall kerio sync connector from OS X?

I want to remove the user from the account, but once you enter a user into the account you can not remove the user you can only replace it with another one.

Any ideas?
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anthony.somerset

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open system preferences

ctrl click the sync connector icon

and select "Remove Kerio Sync Connector Pane" this will uninstall the sync connector.

you must use the ctrl key, just right clicking does not work (i think this is just an apple feature to make sure you are sure you want to remove a preference pane)

Mac Xserve Intel - 2x 2.7GHz Dual Core Xeon
Leopard 10.5.8
4GB Ram
1.25 TB HDD Raid 5
Kerio 6.7.1
~60 Users (varying windows and mac Exchange or IMAP)
18 iPhones
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ProblemChild

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You can also download the Kerio Sync Connector again from your server and run the installer again. When it gets to the Installation Type pane of the setup, go to the top where it says Easy Install and change it to Uninstall.

http://manuals.kerio.com/kmsug/en/sect-isyncinstall.html
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blswjames

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And when neither of these options work for one reason or another, how does one manually go through and delete the components that were installed with Kerio Sync Connector?

UPDATE: Ah, nevermind. The installer leaves a log file. Seems like most of the important stuff is located inside of the pref pane bundle. (nice) I ran into a few systems where I had to manually remove the components. Not sure why the uninstall didn't work, but it was easy enough to fix. Cool

[Updated on: Thu, 07 March 2013 18:07]

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