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4th May 2010, 04:14 PM #1
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Removing CSE? Does anyone know how?
We've inherited a CSE Network and want to remove the CSE Shell/Client and run it as a normal Windows Domain without CSE...
Does anyone know how to remove CSE without rebuilding the servers and all of the clients?
Any advice would be much appreciated? :-D
4th May 2010, 04:41 PM #2
Just uninstall the Workspace Explorer and related packages from the workstations in the control panel, and from the server in the same way.
4th May 2010, 05:11 PM #3
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Thanks for getting back to me about it :-D
My knowledge of CSE is totally minimal, I don't even understand how it's installed?
I assume there is a central management console installed on one of the Domain Controllers that the Client side of things connects to for settings/policies etc?
We're basically two schools merging to become one, on our site we have a normal Windows Domain managed by us but the site we're taking over use's CSE which none of us have a clue about - only that from logging on a couple of times to the CSE network, it's awful, layout, design and usability is just shocking!
Thanks again for getting back to me, it's very much appreciated!
4th May 2010, 06:09 PM #4
Errrrrrr, it has faults yes but as a central management aspect on a XP/2003 network it's very good. More geared towards the non techie person to use - I have it running alongside [ still ] on our XP clients and it's quite handy for getting stuff to desktops quickly etc. It's certainly old now and I won't be keeping it if and when we move to 2008 / Windows 7.
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