6.4 Removing or Downgrading Packages

6.4.1 Uninstalling Packages

  1. Right-click the Identity Vault, driver set, or driver where the package is installed that you want to uninstall, then click Properties.

  2. Click Packages, select the package you want to uninstall, then click the Select Operation cell.

  3. Click Uninstall from the drop-down list.

  4. Click Apply to uninstall the package, then click OK to close the Package Management page.

6.4.2 Downgrading Installed Packages

You can downgrade any package that you have upgraded. This allows you to revert the driver back to a known state for troubleshooting purposes.

  1. (Optional) Before downgrading an installed package, you may want to create a backup of all of the customized policies in the package. For information about backing up drivers in Identity Manager, see Creating an Export of the Drivers in the Identity Manager 4.0.2 Upgrade and Migration Guide.

  2. Right-click the Identity Vault, driver set, or driver where the package is installed that you want to downgrade, then click Properties.

  3. Click Packages, then click the Select Operation option for the package you want to downgrade.

  4. From the drop-down list, select Downgrade.

  5. Select the version that you want to downgrade to, then click OK.

    All versions that are available to downgrade to are listed.

  6. Click Apply, then click Finish to downgrade the package.

6.4.3 Removing Packages from the Package Catalog

You can remove unused packages from the package catalog all at once or delete a specific package if the package is currently not in use. If you try to delete a package that is in use, you get an error message.

If you want to remove all unused packages from the package catalog, complete the following steps:

  1. Right-click the package catalog and select Remove Unused Packages.

  2. Review the list of packages to be removed and click OK.

If you want to delete a specific package from the package catalog, complete the following steps:

  1. Verify that the package is currently not installed:

    1. Right-click the package in the package catalog, then click Properties.

    2. Click Targets.

      This page lists all of the objects where the package is currently installed in your project.

    3. Click OK to close this page.

    4. If the package is currently installed, follow the instructions in Section 6.4.1, Uninstalling Packages to uninstall the package. After the package is uninstalled, continue with this procedure.

  2. Right-click the package in the package catalog, then click Delete.

  3. Click Yes to confirm.

6.4.4 Running a Driver in Factory Mode

Designer also provides an option to remove any customizations from a driver while retaining package c