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forcefully_remove_mdm_1013.sh
#!/bin/bash
# Seriously there still apparently aren't enough warning labels
# If you don't understand the consequences don't do it
# ################
# #### May cause 10.13.2+ machines that were DEP-enrolled to not be considered as such
# ################
# but really, you shouldn't do this
# one local user enabled for MDM come on apple
# ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
REMOVE_PATHS=( "/var/db/ConfigurationProfiles/.passcodePolicesAreInstalled"
# "/var/db/ConfigurationProfiles/.cloudConfigHasActivationRecord"
# "/var/db/ConfigurationProfiles/.cloudConfigNoActivationRecord"
# "/var/db/ConfigurationProfiles/.cloudConfigProfileObtained"
# "/var/db/ConfigurationProfiles/.cloudConfigRecordFound"
# "/var/db/ConfigurationProfiles/.profilesAreInstalled"
"/var/db/ConfigurationProfiles/MDM_ComputerPrefs.plist"
"/Library/Keychains/apsd.keychain"
"/var/db/ConfigurationProfiles/Setup/" )
for removePath in "${REMOVE_PATHS[@]}"
do
if [ -e "$removePath" ]; then
printf "Deleting: %s\n" "$removePath"
rm -rf "$removePath"
else
printf "Not found: %s\n" "$removePath"
fi
done
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