After this, reboot your PC, and you should finally be free of the System Center 2012 Endpoint Protection client (assuming you haven’t set it up to reinstall by Group Policy or an Active System Center server).I have installed GSS 3.0 on windows server 2008 x64 and during Distribution Disk Image task clients fails with a status of "Unable to boot to automation".Scheduled are used to configure the antivirus software to update in a timeframe where Deep Freeze will not be protecting the workstations. Select Batch File in the Task Type drop down and click Add. Name the event “Symantec Antivirus” in the Name field. Select the frequency for the updates to occur in the Day drop down and set the start and end time for the event. The options “Allow User to Cancel Event”, “Shutdown after Maintenance”, and “Disable Keyboard and Mouse” can be enabled if desired. This has the advantage of being one of the less difficult methods to configure but does require that the workstations have a period of time where they will not be used and can be configured to update automatically.
In that very folder, you should find two folders CCM and ccmsetup. You should be prompted for admin authorisation, and then (if the uninstall is truly complete) you should see them delete.
FYI These forums are for the home user oriented Norton product line.
Overview This document will detail the recommended practice for configuring a 3rd party antivirus solution to update properly when Deep Freeze is protecting a workstation.
If you ever decide to turn off Endpoint Protection for a System Center Configuration 2012 site, modifying the site policy to stop installing the Endpoint Protection client will not automatically uninstall the existing clients.
To remove the client completely, you need to uninstall it manually.
Then type in the following commands at the prompt: cd c:\windows\ccmsetup ccmsetup /uninstall The cursor will just return without any confirmation of completion.