This blog post is part of the Microsoft Operations management Suite Quick start guide which can be found here: http://scug.be/dieter/2015/05/08/microsoft-operations-management-suite-quickstart-guide/
One of the things I’ve noticed right away when I fist opened the Microsoft Operations Management Suite (OMS) was the fact that I had different workspaces. They were all created in opinsights because the fact I added 3 different management groups in their respective SCOM console.
No sweat of course. I now build 1 management group in my lab environment where I configured everything so I wanted to get rid of the other workspaces.
Turns out there are 2 ways you can delete a workspace and in fact this was not clear in the beginning.
How to get to the “close workspace” option
The remove option is well hidden in the menu’s to probably avoid deletion by accident which is actually a good thing but it’s a little bit too hidden in my humble opinion.
To get to the remove option follow the steps below:
Log on with your account. You will actually get all the different workspaces which are configured and hold data:
In this case I would like to remove the DWIT workspace as this is my ancient lab environment.
Select DWIT and …read more
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