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Uninstall or remove/decom OES DHCP

I can't seem to find any docs for the proper way to remove/uninstall/decom OES DHCP.

Obviously stopping the DHCP server and making sure it doesn't auto-start in the services.
Is it then safe to go ahead and delete the eDir objects for that DHCP server?

I think there's like one Scope or something that you save until the end, as the DHCP "server" (edir object) points to that.
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Re: Uninstall or remove/decom OES DHCP

In article <kjhurni.8fxkg0@no-mx.forums.microfocus.com>, Kjhurni wrote:
> Obviously stopping the DHCP server and making sure it doesn't auto-start
> in the services.
> Is it then safe to go ahead and delete the eDir objects for that DHCP
> server?
>
> I think there's like one Scope or something that you save until the end,
> as the DHCP "server" (edir object) points to that.


That is what I did the one time I had to and that appeared to do the
trick. As long as services were down, the objects were a breeze.


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