During a migration process from ESX to ESXi at a customer site we had a problem removing a server from the vCenter inventory. الرالي

We checked the permissions on this server and we saw that the user who wanted to remove the server was admin on datacenter level. باي بلاي Here the screen we got.

Knowing there is a PowerCLI command to remove a ESXi host from the vCenter, we walked that way with success. betfinal com

I used this
PowerCLI script to remove this server from the inventory after moving the
server out of the cluster to the datacenter level.

Connect-VIServer vCenterServer

Remove-VMHost “HostThatCannotBeRemovedViaGui” –confirm:$false

Disconnect-VIServer –confirm:$false

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