Follow the following steps to fully remove the Enterprise Installation from a computer. This is useful if you are continuing to have issues while installing Enterprise. Follow these steps ONLY if you are intending to perform a full reinstall.
Press the Windows Key and type “Services”
Find “Enterprise Gateway Server” and press ‘Stop the service’
Press the Windows Key and type “cmd”.
Before opening the Command Prompt, right click on it and select “Run as administrator”.
Type the following into the Command Prompt: sc delete “Enterprise Wireless Gateway Server”
*you should see [SC] DeleteService SUCCESS
Remove Enterprise Database
Press the Windows Key and type “ssms”. Open Microsoft SQL Server Management Studio.
Connect to the Database Server
Expand the Database folder on the left side.
Now Right click the “Enterprise” database and select “Delete”.
*This maybe named differently if you gave it a different name. If you cannot find it,
you can find the name under the connection string in the web.config file here:
Check the box “close existing connections”, click “OK”
Remove IIS Website
Press the Windows Key and type “iis”. Open the ISS Manager
Expand your DESKTOP connection on the left side.
Expand the Sites folder.
Click on the “Enterprise Portal”. On the far right press “Stop” in the Manage Website section.
Now Right click the “Enterprise Portal” and select “Remove”.
Click on the “Application Pools”.
Click on “Enterprise Portal_AppPool”. On the far right press “Stop” in the Application Pool Tasks section.
Now Right click the “Enterprise Portal_AppPool” and select “Remove”.
*Also Stop and remove the “Default Web Site”, if it is there.
Delete Enterpise Folder
Navigate to the following location: C:\inetpub\wwwroot\
Delete the “Enterprise” folder.
Delete Enterprise from AppData
Press the Windows Key and type “%appdata%”. Open the “%appdata%” file folder
Delete the “Enterprise” folder
Uninstall Enterprise Setup Utility
Press the Windows Key and type “add”. Open “Add or remove programs”
Find “Enterprise Setup Utility” and press “Uninstall”.
*This step SHOULD remove the “Enterprise Configuration Utility” folder located: C:Program Files (x86)Enterprise Configuration Utility
If it does not, Delete this folder Manually.
Navagate to: “C:Program Files (x86)Enterprise Configuration Utility”.
Delete the “Enterprise Server” folder