Use the following steps to uninstall the GlobalProtect
app from your macOS endpoint . Keep in mind that by uninstalling the
app, you no longer have VPN access to your corporate network and
your endpoint will not be protected your company’s security policies.
users with administrator privileges can uninstall the GlobalProtect
app from macOS endpoints.
On macOS endpoints, you can
use the macOS installation program (in this case, the GlobalProtect
Installer) to uninstall a program. To uninstall the GlobalProtect
app from your endpoint, install the GlobalProtect software package,
and then launch the GlobalProtect Installer. The GlobalProtect Installer
prompts you to select the
If your administrator enabled the system extensions in the GlobalProtect
app for your macOS endpoint during the GlobalProtect app installation,
the GlobalProtect app will also prompt you to remove the system
extensions during the GlobalProtect uninstallation. After the
package was successfully installed, the
GlobalProtect app is removed from the endpoint.
you no longer have the GlobalProtect Installer on your macOS endpoint,
you can uninstall GlobalProtect by running the following command
from the command line:
Launch your web browser and go to the following URL:
https://<portal address or name>
On the portal login page, enter your
, and then click
. In most instances, you can use the same username
and password that you use to connect to your corporate network.
Navigate to the app download page.
In most instances, the app download page appears immediately
after you log in to the portal.
If your system administrator
has enabled GlobalProtect Clientless VPN access, the application
page opens after you log in to the portal (instead of the app download
the download page.
Download the app.
Download Mac 32/64 bit GlobalProtect
When prompted again,
From the GlobalProtect Installer, click
check box, and
to confirm that
you want to remove the GlobalProtect app.
When prompted, enter your
and then click
If your system administrator has enabled the macOS
system extensions during the GlobalProtect app 5.1.4 installation
running macOS Catalina 10.15.4 or later, the pop-up prompt appears
for you to uninstall the system extensions. When prompted, enter
and then click
to remove the system extensions.
Confirm that the GlobalProtect app is no longer installed.
A message pops up, confirming that the
package was successfully installed. This
confirmation indicates that the GlobalProtect app has been removed
from your endpoint.