Your boss doesn’t like the information the newly installed ManagementPack is providing and wants you to uninstall it. How is this done?
A standalone ManagementPack is very easy to delete. Libraries are a bit more complex. They tend to require the removal of dependency ManagementPacks first.
1. Go to start -> All Programs->System Center Operations Manager 2007 R2. Expand the view.
2. Move down to Operations Console and double click on it to start the program.
3. After the console is up, move the cursor to the Administration ribbon on the left of the console window and double click on it.
4. Move down the options on the left until you find Management Packs and double click it.
5. Once the ManagementPacks are in the middle window, refresh the view as many times unsealed ManagementPacks don’t show up right away. You do this by going to the top of the ManagementPack list and just above the list, right click and click on the refresh option.
6. Now, go through the list of ManagementPacks until you find the one you’re looking for.
7. Highlight it, right click on it and click on the delete option.
8. A dialog box will appear asking you if you’re sure you want to do this. Click Yes.