SentinelOne product retirement announcement

Endpoint Detection and Response product SentinelOne, will be retired on May 31st, 2022.

This product has been replaced with FireEye Endpoint Security (FES). Any asset that has SentinelOne installed will need to be uninstalled and replaced with FES.  

After May 31st 

  1. You will no longer have the ability to access the SentinelOne console to manage your SentinelOne assets. 
  2. Assets with SentinelOne installed will no longer be protected or receive updates 

 

SentinelOne Uninstallation

  1. To Uninstall SentinelOne Agents from Management Console, see “Uninstalling Agents from the Management Console in Box 
  2. https://ucla.box.com/s/tb7crje9zs9qyafqwf40v6ewlvekzxu4
  3. To Uninstall from Command Line, see Uninstall from Command Line (Includes all OSes) in Box
  4. https://ucla.box.com/s/qhh5fq1ns15kuni1xag9hqbx33ji8y8u
  5. For Windows assets with Orphaned agents, there is a Windows Sentinel Cleaner Tool instruction document in Box
  6.  https://ucla.box.com/s/c3jbsazrfsewf109lc6ygc6js39rvyo4
  7. To uninstall SentinelOne agents in MacOS recovery mode, see Uninstalling the MacOS Agent in macOS Recovery Mode
  8.  https://ucla.box.com/s/5os9ne0w6ytz306guafihu11ho3qjlh8

 

For FireEye installation please send an e-mail to: fesdeployment@it.ucla.edu 


If you have any questions or issues, please contact security@ucla.edu