Uninstall GlobalProtect on Mac ("Content Filter" remaining)

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Uninstall GlobalProtect on Mac ("Content Filter" remaining)

L1 Bithead


Dear all,

I'm trying to uninstall GlobalProtect on a Mac Ventura system.  I've already executed the command `sudo /Applications/GlobalProtect.app/Contents/Resources/uninstall_gp.sh` in a Terminal.  And it looks like the software has been removed.  At least, the "/Applications/GlobalProtect.app" path is gone.  I then restarted the computer.

However, in the "System Settings", under "Network | Filters", I still see an entry for GlobalProtect.  It is of type "Content Filter" and its status is "Enabled", with a yellow circle next to it.

Shouldn't this filter be removed as well when I uninstalled the program?  How do I remove this entry?

 

Thank you in advance!

 

Ray

 

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