This basic article details the steps to uninstall SCCM console from your computer. You can remove Configuration Manager console from your computer you don’t need it anymore.
The Configuration Manager console is the central console for managing and monitoring your Configuration Manager infrastructure. Administrators use the ConfigMgr console to manage the Configuration Manager environment.
For example, you can use the SCCM console to install software, create collections, deploy software packages and updates, and monitor compliance status. The console also provides access to other tools for managing your environment such as reporting and scripting tools.
If you have been handed over a laptop that has Configuration Manager console installed, you can uninstall the console with few easy steps.
Note that when you attempt to uninstall SCCM console from your computer, you also get a repair console option. The console repair option fixes the issues with Configuration Manage console such as crashing issues, node display issues etc.
How to Uninstall SCCM Console
Use the following steps to uninstall SCCM console from your computer.
- First close the Configuration Manager console. This is important.
- Go to Control Panel > All Control Panel Items > Programs and Features.
- From the list of installed programs, right click Microsoft Endpoint Configuration Manager console and click Uninstall.
- The uninstall option removes the console and it’s related components from your computer.
You see a dialog box “Are you sure you want to uninstall Microsoft Endpoint Configuration Manager Console?” Click Yes to proceed with console uninstall.
The Configuration Manager console and it’s related components are now uninstalled from your computer. You don’t have to restart your computer after uninstalling the console.
In case you want to install the Configuration Manager console on your computer, refer to the following guide on install ConfigMgr Console using ConsoleSetup.