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How To Manually Remove Symantec in Registry

Created: 18 Feb 2010 • Updated: 01 Nov 2010 | 10 comments
jomargonzales's picture
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I have created a registry file to manually remove Symantec in the registry.

Reference:
http://service1.symantec.com/SUPPORT/ent-security.nsf/docid/2007073018014248

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Constantine's picture

and does your scripts work on win 2008, win vista/seven?

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jomargonzales's picture

Hello! Sorry but I only tested it with Win2k and WinXP. I have not try it with the specified OS.

Jomar Gonzales

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daem0n647's picture

As i can see it's 32-bit only also.

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Moin_Sobhan's picture

Hi,

My understanding is that we need to run it once SEP is removed. What will happen if SEP is installed? Is it gonna able to uninstall it? In which situation you find it useful?

Thank you.

Moin

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jomargonzales's picture

You can use this after removing Symantec in the Add/Remove Programs. This will cleanup the registry entry by Symantec. This is very useful when Symantec is corrupted.

Jomar Gonzales

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javo13's picture

Just for reference, works fine in windows 7 64-bit, on blue screen with error srtspl64.sys, just modify the record under safe mode, restart and uninstall endpoint.

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MFSiD's picture

Does it support the latest version of SEP currently? 12.1.6.3?

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SymSpec's picture

I am also looking for the same answer MFSID , if you get any more information or got it working please also share with me. Thanks

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