Uninstall the EAA Client on Mac

Uninstall the EAA Client on Mac systems manually or using automated script.

An end-user or admin can uninstall the EAA Client on a MAC machine manually. Or, the admin may want to use an automation tool to script the commands used for the clean-up process. Follow any of these procedures:

Manually uninstall EAA Client on Mac

Manual process to uninstall the EAA Client on a Mac.

Before you begin

Make sure that you stop and quit EAA Client.

An end-user or admin can manually uninstall EAA Client from their Mac systems and cleans up temporary files.

How to

  1. In Finder, go to the Applications folder.
  2. Locate the EAAClient application.
  3. Drag EAAClient to the Trash icon on the dock.
  4. Enter your computer username and password to proceed with the uninstall operation.
  5. Click OK.
  6. Remove these files from the machine by running these commands in a terminal window:

    sudo rm -rf /opt/wapp

    sudo rm -rf ~/Library/Application\ Support/EAAClient

    sudo rm -f /Library/LaunchAgents/net.eaacloop.uninstall.plist

    sudo rm -f /private/tmp/eaacTray*

    sudo rm -f /private/tmp/bitrock_installer.log

    sudo rm -f /private/tmp/eaa-post-install

Automatically uninstall EAA Client on MAC by admin using automation tools

Automated process to uninstall the EAA Client on a Mac.

An admin uses some automation tool or creates a script to uninstall the EAA Client on Mac systems and clean-up temporary files.

How to

  1. Shut down the EAA Client using this command in your script:

    //shuts down EAA Client completely

    sudo pkill EAAClient

  2. Add these commands to your script to cleanup the files:

    //Removes resources, binary files, and temporary files

    sudo rm -rf /Applications/EAAClient.app

    sudo rm -rf /opt/wapp

    sudo rm -rf ~/Library/Application\ Support/EAAClient

    sudo rm -f /Library/LaunchAgents/net.eaacloop.uninstall.plist

    sudo rm -f /private/tmp/eaacTray*

    sudo rm -f /private/tmp/bitrock_installer.log

    sudo rm -f /private/tmp/eaa-post-install

    Note: Only sample commands are shown above. There might be other unix commands that can be used in your script to remove and cleanup the files.