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You may uninstall Host PowerTools by selecting either Remove from inventory or Delete.

  1. Power-off the appliance.
  2. On the Inventory panel, right-click a host and select either Remove from inventory or Delete from disk from the Host pop-up menu.
    1. Remove from inventory - this option does not delete the virtual appliance from the disk
    2. Delete from disk - this option deletes the virtual appliance from the disk
  3. Manually clean the VASA Provider's IP from the Storage Providers screen.
  4. Unregister the Host PowerTools extension from the vCenter.
  5. Restart the vSphere web client.
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