Jamf App Catalog Software Title Retirements

New Contributor III
New Contributor III

On 31 May 2024, Jamf will retire the following App Installers software titles from the Jamf App Catalog. Jamf recommends disabling any App Installers deployments for the impacted software titles as they will no longer receive updates after 31 May 2024. For instructions on creating new deployments, see App Installers in the Jamf Pro Documentation.

For a complete list of software titles that are available as App Installers, as well as retired software titles, see App Installers Software Titles in the Jamf App Catalog.


Retired Software Title

Replacement Software Title

Adobe Animate 2022

Adobe Animate 2023 or 2024

Adobe Audition 2022

Adobe Audition 2023 or 2024

Adobe Bridge 2022

Adobe Bridge 2023 or 2024

Adobe Character Animator 2022

Adobe Character Animator 2023 or 2024

Adobe Illustrator 2022

Adobe Illustrator 2023 or 2024

Adobe InCopy 2022

Adobe InCopy 2023 or 2024

Adobe InDesign 2022

Adobe InDesign 2023 or 2024

Adobe Media Encoder 2022

Adobe Media Encoder 2023 or 2024

Adobe Photoshop 2022

Adobe Photoshop 2023 or 2024

Adobe Premiere Pro 2022

Adobe Premiere Pro 2023 or 2024

Google Backup and Sync

Google Drive

Google Hangouts Chat

Replaced by web app: https://chat.google.com/


New Contributor III

Is there a way to automatically uninstall an app deployed via the catalog? It would be super helpful to be able to automatically remove the old Adobe apps so that we don't either end up with duplicate titles installed or having to disable all deployments then run an uninstall package, track the progress, and then enable the new deployment. 

New Contributor III
New Contributor III

hi @abutterman 
Thanks for sharing this. Although App Installers don't provide 'uninstall' option yet, we will keep this in mind while discussing future improvements.

New Contributor II

Setup a script to force quit and uninstall the application, then apply the script via a policy.  This has worked for us when we moved to a new product and had to remove the old one.

# Force Quit the app
ps aux | grep "AppExample.app" | grep -v "grep" | awk '{print $2}' | xargs kill -15

# Uninstall App
rm -rf "/Applications/AppExample.app"