How to Uninstall SurePassID Windows Credential Provider

How to Uninstall SurePassID Windows Credential Provider

Sometimes, you may need to uninstall the SurePassID Windows Credential Provider to re-task a computer or perform an upgrade from an older version of Windows.

Here are the steps you need to take:

1) Perform a complete back-up of the target computer.
3) Place the single file (RemoveSurePassIDWinCP.reg) on the target machine.
4) Double-click the file or run it from a command prompt. It will remove all registry entries, files, executables, etc. from the computer.
5) Restart the computer to verify the removal.

If you have any questions or need additional technical support, please send an email to helpdesk@surepassid.com

Best regards, 
The SurePassID Team 


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