UCSM and unregister from UCS Central, deep remove global
Does anyone have any experience with unregistering a UCSM from a UCS Central (UCSC)?
I did a test setup and tried the "deep remove global" option. Then the global policies should be removed from UCSM. But I found that all those global policies do still exist after the unregister. Global VLAN/VSAN also still exist but the documentation states, that this is as designed. So no problem there.
There was one Global Service Profile (GSP) associated with a server. But before I did the unregister, I removed the GSP from the UCS Domain.
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