Before you uninstall the SSL VPN server, you must first remove it from the cluster configuration, then delete it from the Administration Console.
NOTE:If you have installed SSL VPN and the Linux Access Gateway on the same machine, you cannot uninstall the SSL VPN server.
In the Administration Console,.
Select the SSL VPN server that you want to uninstall.
(Optional) If the server is part of a cluster, select, then click to confirm.
Update the cluster configuration.
Select the SSL VPN Server that you want to uninstall, then click.
Proceed with Section 9.5.2, Uninstalling the SSL VPN Server to uninstall the SSL VPN server.
IMPORTANT:If you have installed the high-bandwidth SSL VPN key, uninstall the key before proceeding to uninstall the SSL VPN server. For more information on uninstalling the high-bandwidth key, see Section 9.5.3, Uninstalling the RPM Key for High Bandwidth SSL VPN.
Browse and locate the uninstall script uninstall.sh.
The uninstall script is located in the root directory of the installation CD or in the installation directory.
At the command prompt, run the following command:
Do one of the following, depending on your installation type:
Enter 4 to uninstall the Traditional Novell SSL VPN.
Enter 5 to uninstall the ESP-enabled Novell SSL VPN.
NOTE:If SSL VPN fails to uninstall gracefully, use option 6 to forcefully uninstall SSL VPN.
Log in as root.
Enter the following command to uninstall the RPM for the high bandwidth version of SSL VPN:
rpm -e novl-sslvpn-hb-key-3.1.0-0.noarch.rpm