Mac Thread, NetSupport Uninstall in Technical; Is it possible to un-install the NetSupport client from an OSX machine easily?
I had it installed onto my MacBook ...
30th December 2009, 01:00 PM #1
Is it possible to un-install the NetSupport client from an OSX machine easily?
I had it installed onto my MacBook Pro as a demonstration whilst on site with a client a while ago, and now I cant seem to get rid of it no matter what I try.
It's not restricting anything and I won't be returning to said client, so no data will be uploaded back to them, but it's frustrating me sitting in my menu bar!
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30th December 2009, 01:04 PM #2
Ah i had the same
go into the applications on your mac. Right click NetSupport and then show package contents. In there i think there is a script to uninstall it.
If not if you run the installer again there is an uninstall option.
It is one of these but i cant remember which to be honest.
Thanks to FN-GM from:
SC-UK (30th December 2009)
30th December 2009, 01:07 PM #3
Cheers mate, in the NS folder in my Applications folder, there isn't anything - just empty so can't try the old package contents trick.
I may have to find an installer from somewhere and give that a shot!
4th January 2010, 01:15 PM #4
6th January 2010, 09:27 PM #5
I had been waiting to update to 10.6 for a while, as it is my main business machine and I wanted as many bug's as possible ironed out first. I thought I would take this oppourtunity to do the upgrade, so my MacBook Pro is now happily running OSX 10.6.2 minus NetSupport!
Thanks for your help
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