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uninstall os x server (mountain lion)

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Dec 5, 2012 6:09 PM

I installed OS X Server (Mountain Lion) and the new iTunes on Monday, on my iMac.  iTunes wrecked my library, and in the end I had to restore to an earlier version of the system that preceded the incident.  Now that I've done so, and deleted the Server app (which was installed just before iTunes, and so was also restored) which was creating the inability to use Time Machine to backup my Air on my 3G Time Capsule (networked), and I'm still unable to backup either my iMac or my Air.


Aside from the obvious frustration with two more Apple products that force me to restore my entire system, and lose half a week of work (while attempting to solve the problem), I haven't resolved the problem, either.  It would be nice if I did not have to restore to a still earlier version of my system before I can actually use my iMac again.


It's obvious that Server left remnants all over my system (for example, there's a whole new set of previously non-existent users, such as Administrators in addition to System Administrator).




Is there ANY Apple support document for how to delete Server (Mountain Lion)?



No, the Lion steps are not relevant.


No, dragging the application to the trash, emptying it, and restarting did not work (though the application is no longer in the Applications folder).






FYI If you haven't upgraded to the new iTunes yet, have a look at that "Support" Community first.

Mail, OS X Mountain Lion, deleted RSS support


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