Best Practices Question
Removing K1000 Agent- any traces left behind?
One of our sysadmins here wants to install the K1000 on the parent image for our virtual machines, install windows updates, and delete the k1000 agent off of it before deploying that new parent image to all of our user's VMs. We only use Kace on our physical desktops, and not our virtual machines (VMware).
Our main concern with this is this: If we remove the agent from the parent image and something gets left behind, then when we deploy that parent image to the masses, roughly 300 virtual machines, then all 300 machines would check-in with Kace therefore maxing our Kace licensing.
So once the agent is removed from the VM via Kace, is anything left behind? Is it a clean uninstall?