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Add/remove S/w Disabled ....any Other Way I Can Remove S/w's

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#1 vineet


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Posted 26 June 2006 - 04:03 AM

In my company, installing any s/w is prohibited. Unknowingly i downloaded one s/w.
But then i came to know that it doesnt have any uninstall file. Also the control panel is
disabled by the administrator. Now how can i uninstall the s/w ?? :thumbsup:

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Posted 26 June 2006 - 10:15 AM


First of all let me say Welcome to Bleeping Computer.

Unknowingly i downloaded one s/w.

If you did the download unknowingly, and it was an honest mistake. I would contact the administrator and say so. Trying to cover your tracks could possibly have more dire consequences. Also not knowing what other features have been disabled makes this pretty much a guessing game. That makes it even riskier.

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