10.3. Removing a Guest Virtual Machine Entry

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If the guest virtual machine is running, unregister the system, by running the following command in a terminal window as root on the guest:
[root@virt-guest ~]# subscription-manager unregister
If the system has been deleted, however, the virtual service cannot tell whether the service is deleted or paused. In that case, you must manually remove the system from the server side, using the following steps:
  1. Login to the Subscription Manager

    The Subscription Manager is located on the Red Hat Customer Portal. Login to the Customer Portal using your user name and password, by clicking the login icon at the top of the screen.
  2. Click the Subscriptions tab

    Click the Subscriptions tab.
  3. Click the Systems link

    Scroll down the page and click the Systems link.
  4. Delete the system

    To delete the system profile, locate the specified system's profile in the table, select the check box beside its name and click Delete.
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