Disconnecting endpoints from JetPatch removes the JetPatch connector and all managed agents from them without end-user interaction
You can leave disconnected VMs in the endpoint list, with status: Available, for future use. Or, you can remove them from the list.
To disconnect endpoints:
- Log in as a JetPatch Administrator.
- In the Servers tab, select the relevant endpoints and click Server Actions > Manage Intigua On Server:
- Clear the checkbox:
- Click Apply.
The disconnected endpoints remain in the endpoint list for future use (if you intend to use it for the same endpoint again). To remove them from the endpoint list and clear the data related to this Endpoint, select them and click Server Actions > Remove from inventory. Removal from inventory does not uninstall the connector from the endpoint - for that step # 3 from above is intended.
Unable to Remove From Inventory
If you are an admin and you are unable to remove from inventory, then the VM is still being discovered from a discovery source, and it must be removed from the discovery source (including AD and WSUS), before it will either automatically clean up (if terminated in vCenter, AWS, or Azure) or allow you to remove from inventory (WSUS, AD)