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Workload : How to delete Carbon Black Workload appliance from vCenter Server

Workload : How to delete Carbon Black Workload appliance from vCenter Server


  • Carbon Black Cloud Console: All Versions
    • Workload


Remove the earlier deployed Carbon Black Cloud Workload appliance virtual machine (VM) from the vCenter Server.


  1. From your browser, log in to the Carbon Black Cloud Workload appliance at https://<appliance IP address> using the admin credentials.                                                                                                                                                       
  2. Go to the Appliance > Registration tab.
  3. In the SSO lookup configuration section, click Edit, and then click Unregister.
  4. In the vCenter Server details section, click Unregister.
  5. To unregister, click OK.
  6. Log in to the vSphere Client using your administrator credentials.
  7. Power off the Carbon Black Cloud Workload appliance VM.
  8. To delete the Carbon Black Cloud Workload appliance VM from the datastore, right-click the appliance VM.
  9. Select Delete from Disk, and click OK.
  •   The appliance is deleted from the vCenter Server. The Carbon Black Cloud Workload Plug-in is uninstalled as well. To verify, log out and log in to the vCenter Server.
     10. The Carbon Black Cloud console displays the appliance health status as Disconnected. You can verify appliance status in the Carbon Black Cloud console as follows.                                                                                                                                 
  •   Log in to the Carbon Black Cloud console.
  •   From the left navigation pane, click the Settings > API Access > API Keys page.
  •   Go to the appliance API. You can see the appliance name with a link next to the appliance API name.
  •   Click the appliance name with a link. You can view appliance health status shows as Disconnected.

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