Afaik the only way to remove it is with eemac. You'll need support of your company to use that tool though.
Thank you for the response, unfortunately this is a reclaimed laptop from a company that went under.
Is the pre-boot Endpoint login manager resident in the bios, controller ROM, etc? I'm not familiar with how the pre-boot manager is able to survive bios resets, drive formats, etc.
It's a UEFI application.
You should be able to start from scratch by doing the following:
- Reset the NVRAM variables (http://support.apple.com/kb/HT1379)
- Boot from the Mac OS X CD, and wipe the disk from within Disk Utilities.
Hope this helps!