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Posted Tuesday, March 12, 2013 8:03 AM
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Run from the machine where it was installed from. I got very little assistance from sqlsolutions. Once we figured out who installed it in the first place, we were able to uninstall from there.
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I tried running the uninstaller on the server and it still seems to think that it's installed. I have renamed the lakeside tables in msdb with back in front of the names.

What prompted me to uninstall was one of the logs was filled with the message from Lake Side, but now I cannot seem to find them to verify it has stopped Has anyone else seen the logs and what log are you looking in?



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Posted Thursday, April 9, 2015 4:05 AM
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I guess Lake Side will used stored procedures and/or jobs under SQL Server Agent that fill up these tables.
If you can find those, you could try disabling them

If you need assistance, drop us a mail www.sqlperform.com

SQL Perform Tools could be an alternative for you.

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