Today I tried to remove an orphaned DPM 2010 agent from my DPM console. But I couldn’t find how to do that. 🙂
I found out that there is a powershell script to do just that. It’s called “Remove-ProductionServer.ps1”, sweet
Just startup your DPM Powershell environment and run the script.
It will ask you for your DPM server and the server to remove. You could also provide these as parameters, like so:
.\Remove-ProductionServer.ps1 <DPM Server Name> <Protected Server Name>