|PacketiX VPN 2.0 Manual Chapter 9 Installing PacketiX VPN Bridge 2.0 9.5 Uninstalling PacketiX VPN Bridge 2.0
9.5 Uninstalling PacketiX VPN Bridge 2.0
This section describes how to uninstall
PacketiX VPN Bridge from your system if you should no longer
need this program.
9.5.1 Uninstallation in Windows
You can uninstall the Windows version of VPN Bridge in the
same way as uninstalling other application software, by clicking
[Control Panel] > [Add or Remove Programs] and then removing the
Figure 9-5-1 Add or Remove Programs Window
To prevent the loss of configuration data created after VPN
Bridge is installed and written log files, this data is not
automatically deleted. These files remain in the VPN Bridge
installation directory. If VPN Bridge is installed to the same
directory thereafter, the system uses the configuration file
(vpn_bridge.config) remaining after the previous uninstallation,
so caution must be exercised.
You can use Explorer to delete these remaining data files.
Figure 9-5-2 Remaining Configuration Files and
9.6.2 Uninstallation in Linux
To uninstall the Linux version of VPN Bridge when vpnbridge
is registered as a service, you must perform the following
- Execute the /etc/init.d/vpnbridge stop command to
stop VPN Bridge.
- Execute the /sbin/chkconfig --del vpnbridge
command to delete registration of vpnbridge as a service.
- Delete the /etc/init.d/vpnbridge file.
After performing the above operation, delete the directory
where vpnbridge is installed.