Uninstall the GlobalProtect App for Linux

You can uninstall the GlobalProtect app for Linux using either the dpkg and the apt-get utility. To uninstall the GlobalProtect app, you must run the command with root permissions:
  • Uninstall the GlobalProtect app for Linux using dpkg.
    user@linuxhost:~$ sudo dpkg -P globalprotect
    (Reading database ... 209181 files and directories currently installed.)
    Removing globalprotect (4.1.0-12) ...
    gp service is running and we need to stop it...
    Disable service...
    Removing gp service...
    gp service has been removed successfully
    Removing configuration...
    
  • Uninstall the GlobalProtect app for Linux using ap-get.
    user@linuxhost:~$ sudo apt-get remove GlobalProtect_deb-4.1.0.0-23.deb
    Reading package lists... Done
    Building dependency tree       
    Reading state information... Done

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