Surprised nobody has responded yet, but this solution might help. symantec, honestly guys, get your act together and learn your product.
Before or after running CleanWipe.exe
in an elevated cmd.exe, type "netcfg -u symc_teefer2"
Here we are, 7 years later, with the same problem. Why no just uninstall teefer drivers? Why does this software has to uninstall network drivers also?
If you are unable to connect to the internet or network after using cleanwipe try this:
Create a new Text document. Open it and paste this inside:
I was stuck without network connectivity but your no.1 solution worked for me. Thank you very much, Mithun.
can anyone suggest what isthesolution tothis problem ?
I have run Cleanwipe and then now the PC cannot even connect tothe network at all ?
no IP address assigned and no ipconfig info at all ?
the fact is we shouldnt need to use a tool like this.
tried to get it via your support but you refused as you have lost our key or something.
now the webserver cannot be seen by any other machines.
i cannot wait to get rid of the rest of this nasty, badly written software.
so much better FREE s/w that the POS that synamtec keeps selling.
I have used CleanWipe many times and provide it to our server techs and our desktop techs. I even use it as a preparation step in building all of my SEPMs.
The instructions for it begin with :
1. Copy the CleanWipe folder to the target computer.
It comes with a warning to use CleanWioe as a last resort. I would far rather have the tool and take a risk than to have to ever do a completely manual uninstall of SEP.
The purpose of CleanWipe is that 99.9+% of the time it will save you hours of either
1. manually uninstalling SEP (can take hours if you try to delete every reg key)
2. rebuilding the box.
I always paste it to the target and run it locally.
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I complete Agree with Amol.
However, You are not ready for the same, try the below steps....