This article will give instructions on how to uninstall the application on the self-hosted options such as UniFi Network installed on Debian-based Linux, Windows, and macOS. Before uninstalling or resetting your device, remember to create a backup first.
Debian-based Linux (Debian, Mint, Ubuntu, etc)
The easiest way to uninstall the application is through a purge command in the terminal. Follow the steps below to purge the application install.
1. Open terminal or SSH in the Network application host.
2. Use the following command:
sudo dpkg -P unifi
3. After the command above completes, the application should be fully purged from the system. In addition, a reboot should take care of any residual files.
Depending on the OS type (win10/server) navigation may vary.
1. Open Apps & Features in Windows settings.
2. Find Ubiquiti UniFi (remove only).
3. Select Uninstall and follow the prompts.
4. When this process completes the UniFi Network application should be uninstalled.
1. Delete the UniFi Network application from the Applications section.
2. Delete the folder: ~/Library/Application Support/UniFi/
You can get to this folder by several paths:
- Option 1: Click option+Go in Finder's top menu bar to access Library. From there navigate to Application Support > UniFi.
- Option 2: /Applications/UniFi.app/Contents/Resources.
3. After those two items have been removed UniFi Network should be removed from the system.