To uninstall vCloud Connector, unregister and delete the vCloud Connector Server and vCloud Connector Nodes.

1

Go to the vCloud Connector Server Admin Web console at https://vccServer_IPaddress:5480.

You can get the IP address of the vCloud Connector Server from its console in the vSphere Client or vCloud Director cloud in which it is installed.

2

Log on as admin.

If you did not change the password, use vmware, the default password.

3

Unregister the vCloud Connector Nodes that are registered with the vCloud Connector Server.

a

Click the Nodes tab.

b

Click the gears icon next to the first cloud and select Unregister from the pop-up menu.

c

Click OK to confirm.

d

Repeat for all the clouds that are registered with the Server.

4

Unregister the vCloud Connector Server from the vSphere client to which it is registered.

a

Click the Server tab, then click the vSphere Client tab.

b

Type the user name and password for the vSphere Client.

c

Click Unregister.

5

Remove the Server from the vSphere or vCloud Director cloud in which it is installed.

To remove the Server from a vSphere Client

a

Log on to the vSphere Client.

b

In the Inventory pane, select VMs and Templates.

c

Find your vCloud Connector Server virtual machine in the tree view.

d

Right-click your vCloud Connector Server virtual machine and select Power > Power Off from the pop-up menu.

e

When the vCloud Connector Server virtual machine is powered off, right-click on it again and select Delete from Disk from the pop-up menu.

To remove the Server from a vCloud Director cloud

a

Log on to the vCloud Director cloud.

b

Click the My Cloud tab.

c

In the My Cloud panel, select vApps.

d

Find your vCloud Connector Server vApp in the Name column, right-click it, and select Stop from the pop-up menu.

e

When the Status column displays Stopped for the vCloud Connector Server vApp, right-click it again and select Delete from the pop-up menu.

f

Click Yes to confirm.

The vCloud Connector Server is now deleted. You cannot access vCloud Connector from the vSphere Client.