Follow these steps if you need to remove Action1 from your network.
If Endpoint Discovery Is Enabled
NOTE:The instructions below help remove all endpoints and Action1 agents. To drop just a few of them, add them to the “Exclude computers” list in the Endpoint Discovery settings.
1. Go to the Endpoint Discovery page and set the configuration to “Computers in the list” with a blank list.
2. Wait until the Action1 Connector automatically uninstalls all the agents. This can take anywhere from a few seconds to a few hours, depending on how many managed endpoints you have. You can monitor the process on the Managed Endpoints page.
3. Uninstall the Connector itself by running the following in the command line in the Connector installation folder: “action1_connector.exe uninstall”. Typically, the Connector is installed into %ProgramFiles%\Action1\Connector or %ProgramFiles(x86)%\Action1\Connector depending on the type of system.
If Managed Endpoints Were Added Manually
Navigate to the Managed Endpoints page, specify an endpoint and select Uninstall Agent. Alternatively, run the command “%WinDir%\Action1\action1_agent.exe uninstall unattended” on each managed endpoint.
NOTE: If Endpoint Discovery is enabled, Action1 will soon try to reinstall an agent to this endpoint. Make sure to add it to the “Exclude computers” list on the Endpoint Discovery page.
See the Logs page for execution details.