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The Zot

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OK, so my company has installed LANDesk on our PC's, and I don't want it there. Scenes of Big Brother and all...so what's the best way to disable it?
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Hello Zot and welcome to G2G,

Your statement: "so my company has installed LANDesk on our PC's" is this your own personal PC or is it company owned.

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OK, so my company has installed LANDesk on our PC's, and I don't want it there. Scenes of Big Brother and all...so what's the best way to disable it?

since your company installed it...you have no choice...if you want the software removed...talk to your system administrator if you feel that that software isn't neccessary
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Hello Zot and welcome to G2G,

Your statement: "so my company has installed LANDesk on our PC's" is this your own personal PC or is it company owned.


Company owned

since your company installed it...you have no choice...if you want the software removed...talk to your system administrator if you feel that that software isn't neccessary



But what exactly does LanDesk do?
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LANDesk is a common 'Central Management' application. If you removed/disabled it, your company's Network Administrator would know instantly. For more information on what the application does, you could always Google it.
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