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How to delete extended replication?

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I have a Hyper-V VM (server 2012 R2) that i've enabled extended replication. I need to fail over the VM. I tried to failover the first replicant (i.e. not the extended replicant). when i did i got an error message that i need to remove the extended replication. there wasn't that option when i right clicked on VM.
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I found this article in case it is useful to you -

https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/hh848529.aspx

--Raghav.
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Thank you
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