Thank you for your post. If it is removal of ENS, you can always create a ticket with us or login to your downloads portal to obtain EPR (Endpoint Product Removal Tool) to perform selective product uninstallation(This can be run via command prompt as well with specific parameters for specific product removals).
When uninstalling via command prompt, we can extract the uninstall string that should be available under the registry path: Computer\HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall
The Endpoint Product Removal tool (EPR tool) can be run from the command line. The appropriate command line arguments with the tool to run from command line to remove ENS would be "<name of executable>.exe --acceptEULA --ENS"
Use the latest ENS removal tool to remove the traces of the server
Please be advised the latest McAfee Endpoint Product Removal Tool is now available from the McAfee Download Site, behind appropriate grant numbers.
Please navigate to the following URL to download the McAfee Removal Tool.