Easy Way to Uninstall Windows Server Operating System Management Pack for Operations Manager 2007

From Microsoft:

The Windows Server Operating System management pack provides the fundamental monitoring basics for computers running the Windows 2000 Server and Windows Server 2003, 2003 R2, 2008 and 2008 R2 Operating System. The Windows Server Operating System management pack consists of the following five management packs: Microsoft Windows Server Library, Microsoft Windows Server 2008 Discovery, Microsoft Windows Server 2008 Monitoring, Microsoft Windows Server 2003, and Microsoft Windows 2000 Server. The Microsoft Windows Server management packs monitor the performance, health, and availability of Windows Server 2008, 2008 R2, 2003, 2003 R2 and Windows 2000 Server. By detecting, alerting on, and automatically responding to critical events and performance indicators, these management packs reduce resolution times for issues and increase the overall availability and performance of your systems running the Windows Server operating systems, thereby helping to reduce the total cost of ownership.

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In order to uninstall Windows Server Operating System Management Pack for Operations Manager 2007 in your computer clearly, you should do the following additional removal jobs besides operating Windows Add/Remove panel:

1) The first thing to do is to go to start and to click on settings.

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2) Once clicked on settings, go to the control panel.

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3) In the control panel you'll have to click on Add/Remove programs.

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4) Now you'll notice a list of programs, software and applications that's installed on your computer. Check your list, and select Windows Server Operating System Management Pack for Operations Manager 2007.
5) Click on uninstall and confirm that you want to uninstall the program.

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And then delete each of these Windows Server Operating System Management Pack for Operations Manager 2007 files from the system folder.

The program was installed (typically the "Programs" folder, as indicated by the phrase "C:\Program Files\ Windows Server Operating System Management Pack for Operations Manager 2007" in the Windows Server Operating System Management Pack for Operations Manager 2007 registry key, but you could do a system search using "Windows Server Operating System Management Pack for Operations Manager 2007" as the keyword).
1. Click on "Computer" or "My Computer".
2. Click on the hard drive, which is normally the (C:) drive.
3. Click on the "Windows" system folder.
4. Click on the "System32 folder.
5. Find and delete " Windows Server Operating System Management Pack for Operations Manager 2007 " and close all open windows.

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Uninstall Errors - Why They Occur

As you install more applications and subsequently uninstall them, you'd think that's the end of the story. But very often, this is not the case. When a program is uninstalled, there is a high chance that there will be files related to that program which are left behind on the system. These files are useless because the program is no longer there to use them, yet they take up space and clutter up the hard disk.

Not only that, there are settings left behind by the program that still reside in the Windows registry. The Windows registry is a system database used heavily by Windows. When there are errant or obsolete entries in the registry database, Windows sometimes get bogged down, or problems may occur. You may also have experienced cases where an uninstall ended with an error, simply because of an errant entry in the registry. But where to find the entry?

Most of these problems are caused by bad programming habits by developers. The developers sometimes forget that certain settings and files need to be removed when their program is uninstalled, thus these settings are left in the registry and the files are abandoned in the system. This is despite the user doing a proper uninstallation.

Though this process enables the system to delete the Windows Server Operating System Management Pack for Operations Manager 2007 completely, a problem arises very often. When starting IE, the Windows Server Operating System Management Pack for Operations Manager 2007 starts automatically again. This may be you just failed to remove the program completely. The above method will remove the program from your computer, but not from your Registry. In a word, a clean removal is that you should remove the Windows Server Operating System Management Pack for Operations Manager 2007 from both the system and the Registry.

However, most of people are not comfortable to edit the Registry, and they could crash their system easily when editing the Registry.

In this case, using some professional uninstall tools is highly recommended.

Help Uninstaller is one of the professional 3rd uninstall tools. It will help you to run a clean removal of Windows Server Operating System Management Pack for Operations Manager 2007 quickly. Moreover, it can remove those hidden trashes and enable you to reinstall the applications successfully. Don't take the risk of crashing your system; you should use this tool to uninstall any unwanted programs.

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With Help Uninstaller, you can uninstall any unwanted programs on your PC easier and faster. The standard Add /Remove Programs can not always completely uninstall all programs and broken registry keys. Unlike Add/Remove Programs, Help Uninstaller not only uninstall the programs, but also wipe out the left registry files. It will protect your PC from corrupted registry errors , improving your PC performance and speed!

To perform automatic Windows Server Operating System Management Pack for Operations Manager 2007 removal you can download the most powerful Help Uninstaller.


1. Please download and install Help Uninstaller to your desktop


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2. Next, close all Windows Server Operating System Management Pack for Operations Manager 2007 programs running on your PC and double-click the.exe file to install the uninstaller on your computer.



3. Run the Help Uninstaller and then click on "Force Uninstall" tab.


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4. Locate the folder of Windows Server Operating System Management Pack for Operations Manager 2007 and then click "Next" to begin the removal.

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5. By following the above several steps, all Windows Server Operating System Management Pack for Operations Manager 2007 components will be removed from the system after the computer restarts.


Defrag After Windows Server Operating System Management Pack for Operations Manager 2007 Removal


As what has been said in the preceding paragraphs that a good deal of caches would be loaded in local disk. And usually they are scattered around. It is time consuming to clean them up. Therefore defrag after Windows Server Operating System Management Pack for Operations Manager 2007s removal is required. Here's the video to show how:


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