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I am currently using View 6.0.1.  I started the deletion of a pool that I created.  The process got down to 7 machines and then stopped.  How do I do get the deletion to continue?

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erickbm,

I'm going to delete them and then clean them from the ADAM database.  I did not want to do that, but I feel that is my choice now.

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it may have stopped due to errors. You can try going into the pool settings and re-enable provisioning.

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bjohn,

I'm not able to do that.

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I want to add that I can see the machines in the datastore.  They are also visible in the vSphere client.  I am working with View 6.0.1 and vCenter5.5.  I can't edit the pool in View Admin.  It shows that the pool is deleting.

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erickbm
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You might try resetting the VMs from the vSphere client. If that doesn't work, power them off.

Erick Marshall vExpert 15/16, VCAP-DTA, VCPx3, MCSE, MCITPx2, MCSAx2, MCTSx3, MCPx2, A+, Network+, UCP
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erickbm,

I'm going to delete them and then clean them from the ADAM database.  I did not want to do that, but I feel that is my choice now.

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