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To prevent MSMQADM and NETREGD from loading the next time the system is rebooted, remove respective subkeys of HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Drivers\BuiltInkey.
If you have VISADM.EXE, choose Shortcut, Stopand then choose Shortcut, Unregister. If you want to permanently remove MSMQ, including the registry key and all messages from the machine, type register cleanupin the edit box and press Enter.
To uninstall MSMQ when using MSMQADM.EXE in your own configuration program
msmqadm.exe -f \temp\msmqadm.exe register uninstall
msmqadm.exe -f \temp\msmqadm.exe stop
msmqadm.exe -f \temp\msmqadm.exe register cleanup
If you provide MSMQ administrator functions in your own program and do not use MSMQADM.EXE, you will need to remove the following registry keys:
Reboot the system and then physically delete MSMQ and NETREG subkeys from HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Microsoft, and delete the MSMQ message store directory.
Note If you have an HTTP server beta installed on your computer you will need to reinstall it. MSMQ and HTTP share the netregd component that is responsible for registering your computer name with your network service; this is removed during the installation.