Type start smc -stop in the command prompt and press Enter.3.
Download this registry file and run it (Smc Inst Data.reg) on your computer to remove the password.
The first step that you should do is try a few possible password.Some of the most common password being used for Symantec Endpoint Protection are: If none of the password above worked for you, continue reading and we’ll show you step by step on how to clear the password by simply deleting a registry key.I've reached out to Mike Romo, the lead Mac developer at Symantec who has demonstrated that he knows the Mac very well.Haven't heard back from him yet, but he's the guy that Mac Sys Admins need to report their issues if they are getting no where with Symantec Tech Support.If nobody is logged in it won't start them since they will be launched by a user log in. /bin/sh logged In User=`/bin/ls -l /dev/console | /usr/bin/awk ''` if [ "$logged In User" !
= "root" ] then cd / su $logged In User -c "/Library/Application\ Support/Symantec/Sym Quick Menu/Sym Quick Menu.app/Contents/Mac OS/Sym Quick Menu &" su $logged In User -c "/Library/Application\ Support/Norton\ Solutions\ Support/Scheduler/Sym Secondary Launch.app/Contents/Mac OS/Sym Secondary Launch &" fi Here's a multi-step method I've developed for it if it helps So after talking with Symantec, it's clear that their tech support doesn't seem to know Mac stuff too well.You can now proceed to uninstall Symantec Endpoint Protection.Alternatively, you can also manually delete the registry key by following the instructions below if you do not want to use the registry file that we’ve created for your convenience.3a.Click the Start button, type cmd in the Search programs and files bar, hold Ctrl Shift and press Enter.Click the Yes button on the User Account Control window.2.Anyway, while waiting for a response, I have developed a workaround that I wanted to share with JAMFNation: Step 1: Get Java 6 out to your workstations.