I have a production server which is running on Windows Server 2003 and installed with a logging agent on drive D.
Recently, the database administrators migrated the database which is sitting on D drive to a SAN storage. The drive is then subsequently assigned with the drive letter F and this has caused the logging agent to fail.
I have not tried uninstalling the logging agent as I'm pending for approval to access the server. However, I wish to know, would Windows be able to uninstall it or would it have trouble locating the installation path? Assigning F back to D is not an option now. I'd like to know if there's any settings I need to take care like changing the registry before I uninstall the software? Thanks.