Even if I remove jamf, the profile in System Preferences is still disabled.

New Contributor II

I am using Jamf to disable the profile in System Preferences.

On one of the terminals, Jamf behaved unnaturally, so I used the remove framework to remove Jamf from the terminal once.
However, the profile in System Preferences is still disabled.

If I understand correctly, manual Jamf enrolment should not work in this state.

Also, for some reason, I can still see the target device in Jamf admin.
But I can't delete or remotely wipe the MDM from the management screen.

The Jamf command doesn't already exist in the terminal of the terminal.

Is there any good solution for this?


Valued Contributor II

you need to reinstall the jamf profile/binary on that machine, first run the command 'removeMdmProfile' & then run the command to 'removeFramework'

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New Contributor II

@Hugonaut Thank you. I already don't have Jamf on my terminal, so I can't use the jamf command.
When I try to install it again, it won't install because the profile is disabled.

New Contributor II

Take a look at the solution in this post.