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How do I remove myself from a soon to be retired MBP?

 
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I've got to return my old MB Pro to the company.

A while back, when I turned in my iPad, I found a command that did a complete reset, wiping out my userid, and all my files
and updating the OS and applications to the factory defaults.

Is there a similar thing for OS-X?


 
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I re-install the OS, doing a clean install. Then I run a security erase of the free space of the hard drive via Disk Utility.
 
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