To remove the association between a user and a home site, use the lmvutil command with the --deleteUserHomeSite option. To remove the association between a group and a home site, use the lmvutil command with the --deleteGroupHomeSite option.

Syntax

lmvutil --deleteUserHomeSite --userName domain\username [--entitlementName name]
lmvutil --deleteGroupHomeSite --groupName domain\groupname [--entitlementName name]

Usage Notes

These commands return an error message if the specified user or group does not exist, the specified global entitlement does not exist, or if the commands cannot delete the home site setting.

Options

You can specify these options when you remove the association between a user or group and a home site.

Table 1. Options for Deleting a Home Site

Option

Description

--userName

Name of a user. Use the format domain\username.

--groupName

Name of a group. Use the format domain\groupname.

--entitlementName

(Optional) Name of a global desktop entitlement or global application entitlement. You can use this option to remove the association between the home site and a global entitlement for the specified user or group.

Examples

lmvutil --authAs adminEast --authDomain domainEast --authPassword "*" --deleteUserHomeSite 
--userName domainEast\adminEast
lmvutil --authAs adminEast --authDomain domainEast --authPassword "*" 
--deleteGroupHomeSite --groupName domainEast\adminEastGroup