1C:Enterprise server is uninstalled by a dedicated program that removes system components from the computer hard drive and modifies the Start menu and Microsoft Windows system information.
1C:Enterprise server should be shut down before uninstall.
To uninstall 1C:Enterprise:
Open Microsoft Windows control panel and click the Add/Remove Programs
(Programs and Features in Windows Vista or later) icon;
If required, click the Change or Remove icon in the dialog that opens;
In the list of the installed programs select the line containing 1C Enterprise 8.3 (8.3.X.YYY) and click Remove.
The uninstall confirmation popup will be displayed. Your confirmation will initiate uninstall of the selected version from the computer and implementation of the required modifications of the system information.
To uninstall 1C:Enterprise server from the computer, use the packages manager software of the operating system used. This section demonstrates an example of using rpm packages manager.
The root user account should be used both for installation and uninstall.
You should shut down the server cluster before uninstall. To do so, use the following command:
The following command is used for uninstall:
rpm -e <rpm_package_name>
<rpm_package_name> is the name of the installed 1C:Enterprise rpm package. The name of an installed rpm package matches the name of the package file without ".i386.rpm" suffix, e.g., 1C_Enterprise83-common-22.214.171.124. Thus, to uninstall the package named 1C_Enterprise83-common-126.96.36.199.rpm, type the following command:
rpm -e 1C_Enterprise83-common-188.8.131.52
The rpm packages should be uninstalled in the reverse order of that used in the installation procedure. This is intended for a dependent package to be uninstalled prior to the package it depends on. As it applies to 1C:Enterprise, it means that 1C_Enterprise83-common package should be the last one to uninstall.
You can also use the following command to uninstall rpm packages:
rpm -e`rpm -qa|grep 1C_`
This command will uninstall all the installed packages with the names starting with "1C_" prefix. The dependencies will be tracked automatically.
Similar commands exist for other batch managers.