Uninstalling the Remote Workstation Card Software for Windows¶
You can remove the Remote Workstation Card Software from the PC at any time. If you no longer need the software, disable the Host Driver Function (See Disabling Host Driver Function) in firmware and uninstall the software.
To uninstall the Remote Workstation Card Software for Windows:
On the PC, go to the Control Panel.
Go to Programs and Features.
Select the Remote Workstation Card Software entry and click Uninstall.
Follow the onscreen instructions.
Installing an older version of the Remote Workstation Card Software
If you want to install an older version of the Remote Workstation Card Software, you must uninstall the newer version, reboot the PC, and then install the older version. Sometimes the older version fails to install. If this happens, reboot the PC and then retry the installation.
Reconfigure WOL settings
The Wake-on-LAN (WOL) settings are discarded during an uninstallation or upgrade. You must reconfigure the WOL settings after installing a new version of the software.
Disabling the Host Driver Function¶
Disabling the PCoIP Host Driver Function on the PCoIP host prevents Windows from seeing an unknown PCI device under Device Manager and the Found New Hardware Wizard dialog associated with the unknown device.
To disable the Host Driver Function on the PCoIP host:
Open a web browser on a PC or workstation connected to the same network as the PCoIP host.
Log in to the PCoIP Remote Workstation Card via the AWI.
Choose Configuration > Host Driver Function. For details, see Enabling Host Driver Function.
Uncheck the Enable Host Driver Function option and click Apply. A prompt indicates you must reset the host PCoIP processor.
Click Reset and then click OK to schedule a deferred reset.
Restart the PCoIP host by restarting the PC or workstation.