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September 20, 2018, at 05:24 AM by Aaron Pouliot - added links to new article how to uninstall the PaperCut User Client
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''The following instructions are for System Administrators that want to uninstall the PaperCut server application. However if you don't work in an IT department and you just want to remove the PaperCut client from your personal laptop then we recommend having at this other article on [[https://www.papercut.com/kb/Main/UninstallingPaperCutUserClient|how to uninstall the PaperCut User Client]].''

!! Uninstalling PaperCut from
Windows servers
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!! Uninstalling PaperCut from macOS servers
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If the PaperCut User Client tool has been configured to start via a login hook, the login hook can be deleted with the following terminal command:

->@@[=sudo defaults delete com.apple.loginwindow LoginHook=]@@

If the PaperCut User Client keeps relaunching automatically and cannot be deleted, try running these two commands:

->@@[=launchctl unload /Library/LaunchAgents/com.papercut.client.plist=]@@
->@@[=sudo rm /Library/LaunchAgents/com.papercut.client.plist=]@@

After restarting the Mac, you should then be able to delete the PaperCut User Client from the Applications folder.

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!! Uninstalling PaperCut from Linux servers
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!! Uninstalling PaperCut from Novell servers
September 05, 2018, at 04:28 PM by Brian - Fixing case and verbiage for the User Client
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If the PaperCut client tool has been configured to start via a login hook, the login hook can be deleted with the following terminal command:
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If the PaperCut User Client tool has been configured to start via a login hook, the login hook can be deleted with the following terminal command:
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If the PaperCut client keeps relaunching automatically and cannot be deleted, try running these two commands:
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If the PaperCut User Client keeps relaunching automatically and cannot be deleted, try running these two commands:
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After restarting the Mac, you should then be able to delete the PaperCut Client from the Applications folder.
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After restarting the Mac, you should then be able to delete the PaperCut User Client from the Applications folder.
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If the PaperCut client keeps relaunching automatically and cannot be deleted, try running these two commands:

->@@[=launchctl unload /Library/LaunchAgents/com.papercut.client.plist=]@@
->@@[=sudo rm /Library/LaunchAgents/com.papercut.client.plist=]@@

After restarting the Mac, you should then be able to delete the PaperCut Client from the Applications folder.
September 12, 2016, at 05:49 AM by 139.130.165.134 -
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The PaperCut '''application server''' component can be removed by running the @@uninstall@@ script in the installation directory. (e.g. [@cd ~papercut; ./uninstall@] )
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The PaperCut '''application server''' component can be removed by running the @@uninstall@@ script in the installation directory. (e.g. [@cd ~papercut; sudo ./uninstall@] )

Temporary root access is required for the uninstall. Make sure the root password or sudo password is handy.
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If PaperCut is not present in @@Add or Remove Programs@@ you can remove it using the [[AutomatingRemoval | directions for automating removal]].
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The PaperCut '''application server''' component can be removed by running the @@uninstall@@ script in the installation directory. (e.g. [@cd ~papercut; ./uninstall@]
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The PaperCut '''application server''' component can be removed by running the @@uninstall@@ script in the installation directory. (e.g. [@cd ~papercut; ./uninstall@] )
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The PaperCut '''application server''' component can be removed by running the @@uninstall@@ script in the installation directory.
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The PaperCut '''application server''' component can be removed by running the @@uninstall@@ script in the installation directory. (e.g. [@cd ~papercut; ./uninstall@]
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(:title How to Uninstall PaperCut:)

!! On Windows

All installed components of PaperCut can be removed via the @@Add or Remove Programs@@ dialog.

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!! On Mac

The PaperCut '''application server''' component can be removed by running the @@Uninstall.command@@ script in the installation directory (e.g. @@[=/Applications/PaperCut NG=]@@).

Other components can be removed by deleting the installation directory from @@Applications@@.

If the PaperCut client tool has been configured to start via a login hook, the login hook can be deleted with the following terminal command:

->@@[=sudo defaults delete com.apple.loginwindow LoginHook=]@@

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!! On Linux

The PaperCut '''application server''' component can be removed by running the @@uninstall@@ script in the installation directory.

Other components can be removed by deleting the installation directory.

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!! On Novell

The PaperCut '''application server''' component can be removed by running the @@uninstall@@ script in the installation directory.

Other components can be removed by deleting the installation directory.

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