try this command.
sadmin recover -> to open the CLI
sadmin disable -> disabling the Solidcore Agent
After rebooting the system and solidcore is disabled you can remove it from endpoint.
Hope this helps.
Hey Troja thanks for your replay,
but i already did that its asking for epo password, its stand alone then why its asking for epo password?
- is your endpoint managed by EPO?
- which version of Solidcore are you using?
if you endpoint manged by epo try
sadmin recover -f
Default password is solidcore
Hey thats great... -f works well, Thank You So Much
Sounds perfect, just mark your question as resolved if it is.... :-)
but one thing i have noticed that my endpoint is not managed by epo still that solution worked how come?
This is the information from the solidcore agent..
C:\Program Files\McAfee\Solidcore>sadmin help recover
Re-enable the Local CLI.
-f Forcefully abort ePO command and recover local CLI
Have you ever installed any McAfee Agent on this endpoint?
Yes i had install McAfee Agent in my laptop...