You can delete a VMware Identity Manager connector instance from the VMware Identity Manager service when you no longer need it. Before you delete the connector instance, disassociate it from any directories, virtual apps collections, and identity providers with which it is associated.

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  1. In the VMware Identity Manager console, click the [Identity & Access Management] tab, then click [Setup].
  2. If the connector instance that you want to delete is the only connector in your environment, add a new connector instance first.
  3. Verify that directory sync or virtual apps sync is not in progress.
    1. To view the sync status of directories, navigate to the [Identity & Access Management] > [Directories] page.
    2. To view the sync status of virtual apps collections, navigate to the [Catalog] > [Virtual Apps Collections] page.
  4. Make sure that the connector is not being used as a sync connector for any directory.
    • (SaaS) Follow these steps:
      • Navigate to the [Identity & Access Management] > [Setup] > [Connectors] page.
      • Click each directory associated with the connector, check the connector that is selected in the [Sync Connector] list, and change it to another connector if necessary.
    • (On premises) Follow these steps:
      • Navigate to the [Identity & Access Management] > [Setup] > [Connectors] page.
      • Click each directory associated with the connector, navigate to [Sync Settings] > [Sync Connectors], and remove the connector from the list of failover connectors.
  5. Check all your virtual apps collections and make sure that the connector is not used as the sync connector and does not appear in the failover list of connectors.
    1. Click the [Catalog] > [Virtual Apps Collections] tab.
    2. Click each virtual apps collection, check the list of connectors associated with the virtual apps collection, and remove the connector you want to delete.
  6. Remove the connector from any Workspace IDPs and Built-in IDPs with which it is associated.
    1. Navigate to the [Identity & Access Management] > [Setup] > [Identity Providers] page.
      On this page, you can see the identity providers with which the connector is associated.
    2. Click each identity provider with which the connector is associated and delete the connector from the [Connector(s)] section, if possible.
      注: For Workspace IDPs, the delete icon appears only if other connectors are available.
  7. Delete the connector.
    1. Navigate to the [Identity & Access Management] > [Setup] > [Connectors] page.
    2. Click the [Delete] icon next to the connector instance you want to delete and click [Confirm].
    If you get an error stating that the connector cannot be deleted, you can use the [Force Delete] command that appears on the error page to delete the connector. The Force Delete command deletes the connector regardless of whether it is associated with any directories or identity providers. Ensure that you follow the instructions on the error page. The [Force Delete] command is only available in on-premises installations.
    The connector instance is deleted from the VMware Identity Manager service.
  8. Uninstall the VMware Identity Manager connector instance from the Windows server on which it is installed.
    You can uninstall the connector instance in one of the following ways.
    • Run the VMware Identity Manager connector installer and select the [Uninstall] option.
    • Uninstall the connector from the Control Panel.
      1. From the Start menu, select [Control Panel].
      2. Under Programs, click [Uninstall a program].
      3. Select [VMware Identity Manager Connector] from the list and click [Uninstall].