You can uninstall a vCloud Connector node from a cloud if you no longer want to transfer content to and from that cloud. You must also uninstall vCloud Connector nodes when you uninstall vCloud Connector.

1

Go to the vCloud Connector server Admin Web console at https://vccServerIPaddress: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 in as admin.

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

3

Click the Nodes tab.

4

Click the gears icon next to the vCloud Connector node to delete, then select Unregister from the pop-up menu.

The node is now unregistered from the server.

5

Repeat Step 4 for all the nodes you want to delete. If you are uninstalling vCloud Connector, delete all the nodes that are registered with the server.

6

Log in to the cloud in which the vCloud Connector node is installed.

7

If the node is installed on a vSphere cloud, delete it from the cloud.

a

In the Inventory pane, select VMs and Templates.

b

In the tree view, right-click the vCloud Connector node virtual machine and select Power > Power Off from the pop-up menu.

c

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

8

If the vCloud Connector node is installed on a vCloud Director cloud, delete it from the cloud.

a

Click the My Cloud tab.

b

In the My Cloud panel, select vApps.

c

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

d

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

e

Click Yes to confirm.

The vCloud Connector node is deleted from the cloud. The cloud does not appear in the list of clouds in the vCloud Connector UI.