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Removing SMS icons from Control Panel

Removing SMS icons from Control Panel

Removing SMS icons from Control Panel

(OP)
the 3 icons are:
Advertised programs, Advertised programs monitored, & Systems management.  How can I remove these icons after uninstalling SMS

RE: Removing SMS icons from Control Panel

(OP)
test

RE: Removing SMS icons from Control Panel

More than half the time using 20clicln to uninstall the clients removes those icon.  Have you tried that?

RE: Removing SMS icons from Control Panel

Be sure to reboot too.

RE: Removing SMS icons from Control Panel

(OP)
what is 20clicln?

RE: Removing SMS icons from Control Panel

20clicln is a batch file for cleaning out the client components off the pcs as the name suggests.

It can be found under SMS off the back office 4.5 resource kit.  You might also find it available for download off the internet too.

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