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Uninstalling Kerberos for Macintosh on Mac OS 8 and 9


To remove/uninstall Kerberos for Macintosh 4.0.x on Mac OS 8 and 9, you should the "uninstall" feature of the installer.

If for some reason you must remove Kerberos for Macintosh by hand, see below.

NOTE: If you are thinking of removing Kerberos for Macintosh 4.0.x because it is telling you that it has expired, you should instead download an updated version of Kerberos for Macintosh.

Uninstallation by Hand

The information below is provided for reference. You should use the uninstall feature of the installer to remove Kerberos for Macintosh. You should not uninstall by hand unless absolutely necessary.

WARNING: Be very careful when deleting files to make sure you are deleting the ones listed below, otherwise you may delete a file vital to the operating system and make your system unusable.

In your System Folder, remove the following files:

After removing the Kerberos files, you should reboot your Macintosh, as some parts of Kerberos for Macintosh are still in memory and they will try to look for parts that you have just removed.


To reinstall Kerberos for Macintosh, run the Kerberos for Macintosh installer again. Instructions on how to get the installer are on the download page.

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