You can use lmvutil commands to remove associations between a user or group and a home site. You can also remove the association between a home site and a global entitlement for a specified user or group.

Prerequisites

Become familiar with the lmvutil command authentication options and requirements and verify that you have sufficient privileges to run the lmvutil command. See lmvutil Command Authentication.

Procedure

  • To remove the association between a home site and a user, run the lmvutil command with the --deleteUserHomeSite option.

    You can run this command on any View Connection Server instance in the pod federation.

    lmvutil --deleteUserHomeSite --userName domain\username [--entitlementName name]

    Option

    Description

    --userName

    Specifies the name of the user. Use the format domain\username.

    --entitlementName

    (Optional) Specifies the name of a global entitlement. Use this option to remove the association between the home site and a global entitlement for the specified user.

    For example:

    lmvutil --authAs adminEast --authDomain domainEast --authPassword "*" --deleteUserHomeSite --userName domainCentral\adminCentral
  • To remove the association between a home site and a group, run the lmvutil command with the --deleteGroupHomeSite option.

    You can run this command on any View Connection Server instance in the pod federation.

    lmvutil --deleteGroupHomeSite --groupName domain\groupname [--entitlementName name]

    Option

    Description

    --groupName

    Specifies the name of the group. Use the format domain\groupname.

    --entitlementName

    (Optional) Specifies the name of a global entitlement. Use this option to remove the association between the home site and a global entitlement for the specified group.

    For example:

    lmvutil --authAs adminEast --authDomain domainEast --authPassword "*" --deleteGroupHomeSite --groupName domainCentral\adminCentralGroup