This is odd. I am running Win10 1607 at home, and I have the
CheckPoint Endpoint Security client installed (08.50). Apparently,
that is incompatible with 1703, as I can't install  the 1703 update.

Doing some searching, I see that there is a later client (08.70),
specifically for use in 1703. Fair enough. I will ask my firewall guy
on Monday, when he gets back from vacation, if the new client is
compatible with our firewall. If so, I will upgrade the client at
home, then I can upgrade the OS.

In the meantime, I went looking to uninstall the Checkpoint client.
And I don't see it in "Apps and Features" anywhere. Oh, it's
installed, I see it in the system tray, and I've used it many times.

What's up with that? It's not showing in Apps and Features, it's not
showing in "Manage optional features" (not that I expected it to). I
have it set to show content from all drives (even though it's
installed on drive C:).

What am I misunderstanding or missing here? Why am I not seeing an
option to uninstall this anywhere?
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