I have a very long-living DNN installation (started with 4.9.5), and due to regular updates is now on 9.7.2. I installed the Telerik Identifier Module to prepare for the next step - and found this assembly:
As far as I can see, this belongs to the old Messaging module, which is not in use anymore (it was displaced by a module called "Message Center", but obviously not uninstalled). I cannot uninstall this leftover from the UI, as it is marked as a System Module. It does not appear on sites that started with other DNN versions (from 8.0.4, or another one that started with 5.4.4).
My question now is: Is it safe to run the following query and then uninstall the module?
SET IsSystemPackage = 0
WHERE Name = 'Admin.Messaging'
(Well, to be true, I am sure that this will work and is safe, but I just want to hear some opinions)
I ran into the same issue. I changed the Package in the database to set IsSystemPackage to 0 so I could uninstall it.
However, this didn't remove the assembly (.dll), so I removed that manually anyway.
Hope this helps...
yes, this was working (I also had to remove the assembly manually). Same here: https://dnncommunity.org/forums/aft/1480 (without the system flag, but the assembly had to be removed manually).
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