The command prompt can be used to manually uninstall GFI EventsManager.
Proceed with caution. Removing GFI EventsManager or the database causes permanent loss of data and configuration information.
To manually uninstall the GFI EventsManager and the backend database::
- Open the command prompt running as administrator.
- Run one of the following sets of commands:
wmic product where name="GFI EventsManager 13" call uninstall
wmic product where name="GFI Database Server 2.1" call uninstall
- Reboot the machine.