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Uninstall a federated collector

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  1. Open the VMAN console.
  2. Select the Setup tab, and click Data Sources on the left menu.
  3. Select a data source, and click Edit.
  4. Select a different collector for the data source from the Collector list than the one you want to delete.
  5. Click Save.
  6. Repeat these steps for all federated collectors.
  7. Power off the federated collectors.
  8. Delete the federated collector VMs.
 
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