Uninstall EAA Client

Uninstall EAA Client for Windows users

Prerequisite:
Quit EAA Client.

Users can remove the EAA Client by themselves following below procedure.

  1. Go to Start > Windows Settings and click Apps.

  2. Select Enterprise Application Access Client and click Uninstall.

  3. Follow the pop-up window to finish uninstall.
    To allow the uninstallation, click Yes.

  4. Click Finish.

Uninstall EAA Client for Windows users on command line

Prerequisite:
Quit EAA Client.

  1. Open the power-shell with admin user permissions.

  2. Execute the uninstall script 'uninstall.exe' from the path, "C:\Program Files\EAAClient\uninstall.exe"

Uninstall the EAA Client for MacOS users

User, or you, can uninstall the EAA Client from a MacOS computer manually. You can also use an automation tool to script the commands used for the clean-up process. Follow any of these procedures:

Manually uninstall EAA Client from MacOS

Prerequisite:
Quit EAA Client.

  1. Go to Finder > Applications.

  2. Find EAAClient application and drag it to the Trash icon on the dock.

  3. Enter your computer username and password to proceed with the uninstall operation.

  4. Click OK.

  5. To remove the temporary files from your computer run the following 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 from MacOS

You can use an automation tool to uninstall EAA Client, or create a script to uninstall it from MacOS, and to clean-up temporary files.

  1. Shut down the EAA Client with the following command in your script:
//shuts down EAA Client completely

sudo pkill EAAClient
  1. To remove the temporary files add these commands to your script:
//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

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There might be also other unix commands that can be used in your script to remove and cleanup the files.