Remove the WatchGuard Endpoint Security Plug-in

You can remove the WatchGuard Endpoint Security plug-in from ConnectWise Automate.

To remove the plug-in, you must perform these steps:

  • Remove plug-in data
  • Disable the plug-in in ConnectWise Automate
  • Remove the plug-in from ConnectWise Automate

Remove Plug-in Data

We recommend you first remove all data from the plug-in before you uninstall the plug-in from ConnectWise Automate. This removes all client account and configuration information, such as:

  • Connection information for WatchGuard Cloud API access on the Configuration page
  • WatchGuard account list
  • WatchGuard account mappings with ConnectWise Automate clients
  • WatchGuard endpoint security product license and security configuration information

To remote all data from the plug-in:

  1. Open the WatchGuard Endpoint Security plug-in.
  2. Select Configuration.
    The Plug-in Configuration page appears.

Screen shot of the plug-in Configuration page

  1. Click Remove Data.
    A message appears to confirm if you want to remove all stored plug-in data. This action cannot be undone.
  2. Click Yes.

Disable the Plug-in

To disable the WatchGuard Endpoint Security plug-in in ConnectWise Automate:

  1. Open the ConnectWise Automate Control Center.
  2. Select System > Solutions > Plugin Manager.
  3. Select or right-click the WatchGuard Endpoint Security plug-in, then click Disable.

Screen shot of the ConnectWise Automate Control Center Plugin Manager to disable a plug-in

Remove the Plug-in from ConnectWise Automate

If you want to remove the WatchGuard Endpoint Security plug-in from ConnectWise Automate:

  1. Open the ConnectWise Automate Control Center.
  2. Select System > Solutions > Plugin Manager.
  3. Select the WatchGuard Endpoint Security plug-in.
  4. From the Advanced drop-down list, select Manage Plugins > Remove Plugin.

Screen shot of the ConnectWise Automate Control Center Plugin Manager to remove a plug-in