Uninstalling Jamf Infrastructure Manager from a Linux-based Server

  1. Remove artifacts from the hosting server by doing the following:
    1. Log in to the server as a user with superuser privileges.
    2. Use a package manager to uninstall Infrastructure Manager.
    3. Execute a command similar to the following:
      sudo dpkg --purge jamf-im
    4. (Optional) Remove log files by executing a command similar to the following:
      sudo rm-f /path/to/logs/jamf-im*
  2. Disable the proxy server from the LDAP server configuration in Jamf Pro by doing the following:
    1. Log in to Jamf Pro.
    2. Navigate to System Settings > LDAP Servers and click the name of the instance you want to edit.
    3. Click Edit.
    4. Deselect Enable LDAP Proxy.
    5. Click Save.
You can now safely remove the Infrastructure Manager instance from Jamf Pro.
Note:

Contact Jamf Support if you experience issues with Infrastructure Manager workflows after the uninstall process completes.