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fluffyfox

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Aug 4, 2012
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I tried installing sophos home on mac os 12.3 but the installer had some message about something being incompatible.
 

wnorris

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Feb 16, 2008
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I tried installing sophos home on mac os 12.3 but the installer had some message about something being incompatible.
I have Sophos Home Premium on a M1 MBA and a Mini with 12.3 and no incompatibility. It is version 10.3.1. It is also installed on a couple slightly older Macs as well with different versions of Sophos Home.
 

TiggrToo

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Aug 24, 2017
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Sophos is so difficult to remove that I would advise everyone to skip it.
I’ve not had any problems with removing Sophos. However it would be nice if it didn’t want to chew up my CPU every time I create a Docker container or something.

I use it because I get it free through work but I’m no fan in general.
 

southerndoc

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May 15, 2006
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I’ve not had any problems with removing Sophos. However it would be nice if it didn’t want to chew up my CPU every time I create a Docker container or something.

I use it because I get it free through work but I’m no fan in general.
You sure everything is removed? Might want to check Activity Monitor to see. Even after I uninstalled it on several machines, there were processes that were never removed. Took a lot of research to find out how to remove them.
 

TiggrToo

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Aug 24, 2017
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You sure everything is removed? Might want to check Activity Monitor to see. Even after I uninstalled it on several machines, there were processes that were never removed. Took a lot of research to find out how to remove them.
Oh yeah, I’m sure. I’m a dab hand at removing it.
 
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