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Tali MISapp - How do I uninstall MISapp?

Uninstall MISapp

Dan Wakenshaw avatar
Written by Dan Wakenshaw
Updated over a week ago

Uninstalling MISapp is an IT task and should be undertaken by your IT department on the school server once your school has taken the decision not to use MISapp or if you need to re-install MISapp.

Uninstalling MISapp

Firstly, open the Programs and Features control panel on the school server using the following steps:

  1. In Windows, click the Start button to open your Start Menu.

  2. When the Start Menu opens click the Control Panel menu option.

  3. In Windows, click the Control Panel app in the Windows Start Screen, then scroll to the bottom and click More Settings.

  4. When the Control Panel window opens click Uninstall a program under the Programs category.
    If you are using the Classic View of the Control Panel, then you would double-click the Programs and Features icon instead.

Removing Hidden Folders

MISapp may create a hidden folder called Pebble within C:\ProgramData. If you're unable to see this, you will need to launch the Folder Options > View Tab > Hidden files and folders and select Show hidden files, folders, and drives, followed by OK.

You can then delete this Pebble folder, to ensure any previous MISapp data is removed from the machine.

MISapp is now completely removed - you can now re-install if you need to.

NB. If you get message buttons 'Repair' or 'Uninstall' please click 'Uninstall' again and then click 'Install' to remove it completely - you can now re-install if you need to

Updating your students manually

For future name uploads, (if you are not now using MISapp) this will now be a manual process for you. Tali allows you to upload a names file (.CSV) directly into the system. For more information on how to do this, see the Article, How do I update my student names? 

Note: It is your responsibility to handle personal data in accordance with GDPR law.

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