IMPORTANT: As of April 2017, Bamboo no longer includes Setup progra, in product download packages. An updated uninstall script is included instead. Please seeOverview of the Updated Installation Process for Bamboo components and Uninstalling using the updated process for details.
Before uninstalling a Bamboo web part product, be sure to delete the web part from all pages where it was used. If you forget to do this, your users will see errors on those pages after you uninstall.
Stop the World Wide Web Publishing Service (W3SVC) of you are not using Claims Based Authentication (CBA) or SP2013. This will ensure that files that need to be removed during the install are not locked.
From the Start menu on the SharePoint server desktop, click Administrative Tools > Services. Scroll down and right-click on World Wide Web Publishing Service and select Stop.
If you are using CBA or SP2013, stop the App Pool(s) to ensure that files are not locked.
|2.||Locate the installation files used to install the product. Double-click the Setup.bat program included in the main folder. Select the product in the Components section in the Setup program. Verify the installation location and required permissions and then click Install.|
|3.||Click Next to begin the uninstall. Verify that the system checks pass successfully and click Next.|
|4.||In the Repair, Remove or Install screen, select the Remove All option and click Next. Wait while the components are uninstalled.|
|5.||When uninstallation is complete, click Next to review the summary screen and confirm that the product removal was successful. Click Close.|
|6.||If there are additional components in the Components list in the Setup program, follow steps 2-5 above for each component.|
|7.||If you stopped the World Wide Web Publishing Service, restart it.
From the Start menu on the SharePoint server desktop, click Administrative Tools > Services. Scroll down and right-click on World Wide Web Publishing Service and select Start.