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how do you remove host that is no longer exist   from scvmm 2012
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Use powershell to bypass SCVMM's desire to verify connection to the host.

1. Run PowerShell from the VMM program group in the Start menu (or by adding the VMM module into a normal PowerShell window or script).  

2. Connect to the VMM server get-vmmserver <Vmm_Server_Name>

3. Forcibly remove the missing host server by running:

remove-vmhost <Host_Server_Name> –force
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