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Ungluing OpenEdge Management or OpenEdge Explorer from OpenEdge

If the machine you intend to use as a remote AdminServer has OpenEdge Management and/or OpenEdge Explorer installed, we recommend you unglue either or both from OpenEdge before you set up the machine as a remote AdminServer.
You must have system administrator privileges on Windows and root privileges on UNIX to perform the unglue operation.
To unglue OpenEdge Management or OpenEdge Explorer:
1. Depending on whether you are working with a Windows or a UNIX installation, begin the unglue as follows:
*To unglue on a Windows machine, select Start > Programs (or All Programs) > Progress > OpenEdge > Proenv.
*To unglue on a UNIX machine, log in as root in a terminal window. If you do not know the root password for your system, consult with your system administrator.
2. At the prompt, type unglue, as shown here for a Windows install:
unglue
Details similar to the following appear:
3. Type y to continue, and press ENTER. The following details appear:
4. You must restart the AdminServer to complete the unglue process. At the prompt, type proadsv -stop (for a Windows install) to stop the AdminServer, and then proadsv -start to start the AdminServer.
You can now set up the machine as a remote AdminServer, as described in Setting up a remote AdminServer. To reglue OpenEdge Management or OpenEdge Explorer to the Progress or OpenEdge product, see Regluing OpenEdge Management or OpenEdge Explorer to OpenEdge.