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Article ID: 123036, created on Oct 1, 2014, last review on Oct 15, 2014

  • Applies to:
  • Operations Automation 6.x
  • Operations Automation 5.5

Automatic import from KB #123036

If you want to uninstall Windows Azure Pack (WAP) APS package from your system:

  1. In POA provider's control panel, go to Operations > Subscriptions.

  2. Select all subscriptions based on the Windows Azure Pack service template and click the Unsubscribe button.

    Note: You can disable and unsubscribe subscriptions only if you don't have the Parallels Business Automation module set up in your system.

  3. Go to Products > Service Templates and select any WAP service templates.

  4. Click Delete to remove all WAP service templates.

  5. Go to Services > Applications and click the Windows Azure Pack APS Package.

  6. Switch to the Resource Types tab and select all resource types.

  7. Click Delete to remove these resource types from the package.

  8. Switch to the Instances tab and click the Windows Azure Pack APS Package.

  9. Browse to the General tab of the instance properties and click Uninstall.

  10. Go back to Services > Applications and click the Windows Azure Pack APS Package once again.

  11. Click Delete Application.

  12. Go to Infrastructure > Service Nodes and click the POA Management node.

  13. Click the Packages tab and search for the package named 'paci_aps'.

  14. Once you've found the package, remove it by clicking the uninstallation icon in the Actions column and confirm your choice.

  15. To complete the removal, connect to the POA Management Node using the SSH client of your choice and run the following command:

     rpm -e WAP

WAP APS package is now completely removed from your Parallels Automation system.

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