GregMeathead
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How to manually un-register plugin

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I have an application that has been uninstalled (then replaced by new version) , but apparently it didn't unregister itself during uninstall process from vcenter.

Now i see an error in Plug-in Manager.

Is there a way to manually unregister it, get rid of it from plug-in manager?

attached is the screenshot.

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WaffleSniffer
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Hi

have a look at this article, i've not had a chance to test it, but it looks to be what you're after.

Please let me know if it helps 😃

Regards

Adam

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Troy_Clavell
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check add/remove programs of the OS that vCenter is running on, as well as each client. Most plugins are client specific, so check your machine as well.

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WaffleSniffer
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Hi

have a look at this article, i've not had a chance to test it, but it looks to be what you're after.

Please let me know if it helps 😃

Regards

Adam

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GregMeathead
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Worked great, thanks

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lamw
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http://www.virtuallyghetto.com/2010/07/how-to-unregister-vcenter.html

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