NOTE: Please only do this if the standard way of removing the Mead Control fails. This step makes manual changes to the registry and should be done with extreme caution.

There are two things to do to 'de-ScriptX' a client. The following covers
both licensed and 'basic' installation:

1/. Go to Start | Programs | Mead & Company | License Manager (if available)
and remove any active licenses.

2/. You then need to search for and find these four files:

MCSecMgr.dll (if available)  MCMaxiPT.dll (if available)  MCPrintX.dll and
MCScripX.dll (correct spelling)

You can simply remove them, or if you want to unregister them and then
remove them you can do this.

Find regsvr32.exe  (it's usually in system or system32, as are our DLLs).

Depending upon the location (system or system32) you need to do something
like this for each file:

Start | Run, and then

   C:\WINDOWS\system32\regsvr32.exe  /u C:\WINDOWS\system32\MCSecMgr.dll
   C:\WINDOWS\system32\regsvr32.exe  /u C:\WINDOWS\system32\MCMaxiPT.dll
   C:\WINDOWS\system32\regsvr32.exe  /u C:\WINDOWS\system32\MCPrintX.dll
   C:\WINDOWS\system32\regsvr32.exe  /u C:\WINDOWS\system32\MCScripX.dll

Once that's done you can search the registry for all software | meadco keys
and delete them if required.