Product Documentation

コンポーネントの削除

May 28, 2016

To remove components, Citrix recommends using the Windows feature for removing or changing programs. Alternatively, you can remove components using the command line, or a script on the installation media.

When you remove components, prerequisites are not removed, and firewall settings are not changed. When you remove a Controller, the SQL Server software and the databases are not removed.

Before removing a Controller, remove it from the Site. Before removing Studio or Director, Citrix recommends closing them.

If you upgraded a Controller from an earlier deployment that included Web Interface, you must remove the Web Interface component separately; you cannot use the installer to remove Web Interface.

To remove components using the Windows feature for removing or changing programs

From the Windows feature for removing or changing programs:
  • To remove a Controller, Studio, Director, License Server, or StoreFront, select Citrix XenApp <version> or Citrix XenDesktop <version>, then right-click and select Uninstall. The installer launches, and you can select the components to be removed.

    Alternatively, you can remove StoreFront by right-clicking Citrix StoreFront and selecting Uninstall.

  • To remove a VDA, select Citrix Virtual Delivery Agent <version>, then right-click and select Uninstall. The installer launches and you can select the components to be removed.
  • To remove the Universal Print Server, select Citrix Universal Print Server, then right-click and select Uninstall.

To remove core components using the command line

From the \x64\XenDesktop Setup directory on the installation media, run the XenDesktopServerSetup.exe command.
  • To remove one or more components, use the /remove and /components options.
  • To remove all components, use the /removeall option.

For command and parameter details, see Install using the command line.

For example, the following command removes Studio.
\x64\XenDesktop Setup\XenDesktopServerSetup.exe /remove /components studio

To remove a VDA using the command line

From the \x64\XenDesktop Setup directory on the installation media, run the XenDesktopVdaSetup.exe command.
  • To remove one or more components, use the /remove and /components options.
  • To remove all components, use the /removeall option.

For command and parameter details, see Install using the command line.

For example, the following command removes the VDA and Receiver.
\x64\XenDesktop Setup\XenDesktopVdaSetup.exe /removeall

To remove VDAs using a script in Active Directory; see Install or remove Virtual Delivery Agents using scripts.