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BiolabsAdmin

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Hello!
After trying Kerio Workspace (which is truely a great product) for some days now installed on an iMac Workstation, I now want to install it on our server and remove it from my iMac. Embarrassingly, I don't know how to uninstall, as the installer doesn't offer me this option and there is nothing in the App folder.
Could someone please tell me how to get rid of it?
Thanks!
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BiolabsAdmin

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Okay, I found it. The uninstall script is in the tools folder in the workspace installation folder. It's a bit hidden, maybe it should be added to the app folder automatically during install.

[Updated on: Wed, 15 December 2010 13:56]

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Jarda Snajdr (Kerio)

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Hello,

in the next version, we plan to make the uninstall script more visible and include a better description in documentation. We are not going to put it in the Applications folder though - it's not something that users would regularly use and we think that the Applications folder shouldn't be littered with this kind of utilities.

Jarda
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nausica

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Where is the tool folder ? I cannot get it...
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barup

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/usr/local/kerio/workspace/util/
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