Uninstall the Active Directory password synchronization plugin
You can uninstall the Active Directory Password Synchronization plugin from multiple locations:
Uninstall from the Windows Control Panel (Control Panel > Programs and Features, select
OpenIDM Password Syncfrom the list and select Uninstall).
Run the uninstaller (
unins000.exe) found in the OpenIDM Password Sync install directory (by default,
C:\Program Files\OpenIDM Password Sync).
After the uninstaller finishes, Windows will prompt you to restart. Restart to complete the uninstall process.
Remove installed authentication certificates
If you selected to authenticate with mutual SSL authentication, you can manually remove the IDM certificates using the Microsoft Management Console:
Click the Start Menu, type mmc, and click mmc Run Command.
For each of the following nodes, expand the node, and delete the certificate.
List of Nodes
Certificates - Current User > Personal
Certificates - Current User > Trusted Root Certification Authorities
Certificates - Service > OpenIDM Password Sync\Personal
Certificates - Service > OpenIDM Password Sync\Trusted Root Certification Authorities
Certificates > Local Computer > Personal
Certificates > Local Computer > Trusted Root Certification Authorities
If the OpenIDM Password Sync Service is still listed with stored certificates:
Select File > Add/Remove Snap-in.
From the Selected snap-ins area, select Certificates - OpenIDM Password Sync, and click Remove.