Relevant for: AIP unified labeling and classic clients
Uninstalls the Windows Server service for the Azure Information Protection scanner.
The Uninstall-AIPScanner cmdlet uninstalls the Azure Information Protection Scanner Windows Server service.
To run this command, you must have local Administrator rights for the Windows Server computer and you must restart the computer after running the command to complete the removal process.
This command does not remove the following:
Scanner reports, located in %localappdata%\Microsoft\MSIP\Scanner\Reports.
The SQL Server database that was created by running the Install-AIPScanner cmdlet when the Azure Information Protection scanner was installed. If this database is no longer required, you must manually remove it.
This database is named as follows:
Client Instructions Unified labeling client For the AIP unified labeling client, the database name for the scanner is AIPScannerUL_<cluster_name>. Classic client For the AIP classic client, the default database name for the scanner is AIPScanner_<computer_name> but when you specify a profile name, the database name for the scanner changes to AIPScanner_<profile_name)>.
To provide a unified and streamlined customer experience, the Azure Information Protection classic client and Label Management in the Azure Portal are being deprecated as of March 31, 2021.
This time-frame allows all current Azure Information Protection customers to transition to our unified labeling solution using the Microsoft Information Protection Unified Labeling platform. Learn more in the official deprecation notice.
Example 1: Uninstall the Azure Information Protection Scanner service
PS C:\> Uninstall-AIPScanner
This command removes the service for the Azure Information Protection scanner.