You want to remove SNAC from a managed client.
You will need to uninstall SEP11existing client with SNAC and install SEP11 with a new package for the client= that does not contain SNAC
Edit the client install settings to clear the communication settings.
Admin's > Install packages >
Add client install packages > At the bottom you will see the Option
"remove all previous logs and polices and reset client -server communication settings."
Check this option.
Note * If you remove SNAC client you can no longer keep it in existing group as it will fail the Host Integrity check.
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