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Uninstall Virtualization Manager

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The deletion is irreversible. Deleting the master appliance also deletes the database.

  1. If you have Virtualization Manager integrated with the SolarWinds Orion server, open the Settings page.
  2. Click Virtualization Settings.
  3. Click Setup Virtualization Manager integration, and disable the integration.
  4. After the integration with the SolarWinds Orion server is removed, turn off, and delete the federated collectors and the master appliance in the Hyper-V or VMware client.

For information about uninstalling federated collectors, see Uninstall a federated collector.

For complete information about the uninstallation process for VMAN, see the VMAN Installation Guide.

 
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