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Removing Vcenter 6.0 from Enhanced Linked Mode

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We have multiple sites with Vcenter 6.0 all connected via Enhanced Linked Mode.

We are taking down one site, it will no longer be used. In terms of removing Vcenter for this site so it no longer is joined to the SSO domain, so it no longer appears in our Vcenter console; what is the best way to do this? The site has a dedicated platform services controller and a vcenter appliance. Thank you.
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Perfect, that did the trick!
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