How to uninstall and reinstall OpManager Service?

How to uninstall and reinstall OpManager Service?

1)Stop OpManager service

2)Go to OpManager  command prompt with Run as administrator Option

3)Change directory to OpManager/bin  and execute " opmanagerservice.bat -r "
   Ex: C:\ManageEngine\OpManager\bin>OpManagerService.bat -r
   (The above command will remove the  OpManager service )

4)To reinstall the service , execute command  "OpManagerService.bat -i" 
   Ex: C:\ManageEngine\OpManager\bin>OpManagerService.bat -i

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