• Subject: Re: getting rid of replaced version of Client Access on PC
  • From: Rob Berendt <rob@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 7 Oct 1999 14:43:48 -0500

Upgrade to CA V3R2 or Client Access Express instead.  Then at least you'll have 
a newer uninstall directory <g>.





dbale@genfast.com on 10/07/99 02:04:18 PM
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I need to get some space back on my C: drive.  I've got Client Access V3R1M3
with service pack SF56517 installed.  I selected the "Enable service pack
uninstall" checkbox when I installed the Service Pack.  I've been using this
service pack for a couple months now, and everything seems stable.  I see no
need to uninstall this S.P. in the future.

The \archive folder in C:\Program Files\IBM\Client Access holds about 22MB of
stuff that I'm sure was saved from the service pack install.  True?  How do I
get rid of this stuff?  Just delete the \archive folder?  Or use some uninstall
routine?

- Dan Bale





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