You can remove the earlier deployed Carbon Black Cloud Workload appliance virtual machine (VM) from the vCenter Server.
Carbon Black Cloud Workload appliance VM is deployed.
- From your browser, log in to the Carbon Black Cloud Workload appliance at https://<appliance IP address> using the admin credentials.
- Go to the tab.
- In the SSO lookup configuration section, click Edit, and then click Unregister.
- In the vCenter Server details section, click Unregister.
A confirmation dialog box appears.
- To unregister, click OK.
- Log in to the vSphere Client using your administrator credentials.
- Power off the Carbon Black Cloud Workload appliance VM.
- To delete the Carbon Black Cloud Workload appliance VM from the datastore, right-click the appliance VM.
- Select Delete from Disk, and click OK. For details, refer to vSphere documentation.
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.
- 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 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.
Carbon Black Cloud Workload appliance VM is permanently deleted.