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macOS Mojave (v10.14) at Stanford

Obtaining macOS Mojave

macOS Mojave (version 10.14) is scheduled for release on Sept. 24, 2018. As with previous releases the software is available for download at the Mac App Store. The update to macOS Mojave is free.

For more information on the new OS, please visit Apple's new macOS Mojave page.

Software compatibility

This section will be updated frequently, so please check back often in the first few weeks following macOS Mojave's release. See the  RoaringApps site  for a longer list of applications.

Warning about OpenAFS: If you are using OpenAFS for any version of macOS prior to 10.14 Mojave you MUST uninstall OpenAFS before upgrading your Mac to macOS Mojave. See footnote 1 in the table below.

Software Description Mojave Compatibility
BigFix Client The latest BigFix client available is compatible with macOS Mojave. Compatible
Box Sync Client The Box Sync Client is now compatible with the Apple File System (APFS). Compatible
Code 42/CrashPlan Code42/CrashPlan is compatible with macOS Mojave. Compatible
Fetch The latest version of Fetch is compatible with macOS Mojave. Compatible
Google Drive Google Drive File Stream, which replaces the Google Drive sync client, supports the Apple File System (APFS) and is compatible with macOS Mojave. Compatible
Jabber Jabber is compatible with macOS Mojave. Compatible
Kerberos Commander The latest version of Kerberos Commander (version 5.8.0) is required with macOS Mojave. Compatible
LelandSSH The latest version of LelandSSH is compatible with macOS Mojave. Compatible
Microsoft Office 2016 Office 2016 for Mac is compatible with macOS Mojave. Compatible
OneDrive for Business OneDrive for Business is now compatible with the Apple File System (APFS). Compatible
OpenAFS1

AuriStorFS, which replaced OpenAFS on macOS  v10.13 and later, is not currently compatible with macOS Mojave. Be sure to uninstall any previous versions of OpenAFS before upgrading to macOS Mojave. See footnote 1.

Not compatible
Stanford Anti-Malware (SCEP) Stanford Anti-Malware is compatible with macOS  Mojave. Compatible
Stanford Desktop Tools (SDT) The latest version of SDT is compatible with macOS Mojave. Compatible
Stanford Network Registration Tool (SNRT) SNRT, which is used during the Stanford Network Self-Registration process, is compatible with macOS Mojave. Compatible
Stanford Software Removal Tool The Stanford Software Removal Tool is compatible with macOS Mojave. Compatible
Stanford Whole Disk Encryption (SWDE) macOS High Sierra is supported in SWDE through FileVault2, the native whole disk encryption feature. Compatible
VLRE VLRE users who upgrade to macOS Mojave need to install the latest version of VLRE (version 2.1) in order to maintain device compliance. Compatible
VMWare Fusion VMware Fusion is compatible with macOS Mojave. Compatible
VPN Cisco AnyConnect and the native built-in VPN client are compatible with macOS Mojave. Compatible

1 If you are using OpenAFS for any version of macOS prior to 10.14 Mojave you MUST uninstall OpenAFS before upgrading your Mac to Mojave. Use the Stanford Software Removal Tool to uninstall OpenAFS. If you do not uninstall OpenAFS prior to upgrading to macOS  Mojave, your computer could end up in a kernel panic loop.  If this happens, see the macOS High Sierra Kernel Panic Recovery instructions.

 

 

 

Last modified September 21, 2018