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@IntelSupport OK, good to know. Thanks.
@IntelSupport Yeah, that's my thinking. If I'm "unenrolled," am I essentially safe? Even if the software remains installed?
@IntelSupport Reinstalled MEI driver. No effect. Nervous about third-party uninstallers since PCTD's designed to lock PC if tampered with :)
@IntelSupport Also, I've called that support line several times. They eventually concluded they couldn't help.
@IntelSupport Hi. Tried that -- PCTD appears in the program list, but without an "uninstall" button.
@georexx @IntelSupport I'm unenrolled too. Hopefully that's that. Though PCTD is still in my notification area, and can't be uninstalled.
@IntelSupport Many thanks. Feel free to reach out over DM, where I can share contact info.
@IntelSupport The tool tells me "Intel AT is not enrolled or it has been unenrolled." Am I in the clear? I still have the PCTD icon....
@georexx @IntelSupport @intel Into the great unknown. I'll let you know if I figure anything out....
@IntelSupport Thanks. Maybe I'll give it a look in 10 minutes :)
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