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SSP (Un Provisioning)

Posted on 2010-09-21
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Hi,

I created an SSP in MOSS 2007 but want to remove it.  I removed the web apps but when I tried to remove the SSP it failed (timed out).  Now when I go back to the SSP Lists it shows as (un provisioning).

Thanks,

-Jason
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by:manish_regmi
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to remove a SSP first of all you have to replace it by creating another then make the new one as Default and delete the older one that will remove it from the lists and other selection properties
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by:Trackpads
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Thanks!  It was giving me problems but as soon as I tried to do it and use the -force command it removed it!
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