Unfederating instance of ArcGIS Server after the server has already been uninstalled

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03-11-2021 06:44 PM
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by Anonymous User
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Doing research on this subject and haven't found any conclusive results. My ArcGIS Enterprise suite is on a virtualized set up with each component installed on its own machine. If a secondary ArcGIS server was uninstalled on the VM before unfederating, how will I be able to remove the federation from Portal? 

Any help/suggestions will be much appreciated. Thanks

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DEWright_CA
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You'll need to go to
https://portalserver:7443/arcgis/sharing/rest/portals/self; then to the
"Servers" option; from here you will see each of your registered AGS
servers; you can select to Unfederate it from here.



The REST Admin interface is a very powerful place; be very cautious and
conscientious of what you are trying to do.


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DEWright_CA
Occasional Contributor III
You'll need to go to
https://portalserver:7443/arcgis/sharing/rest/portals/self; then to the
"Servers" option; from here you will see each of your registered AGS
servers; you can select to Unfederate it from here.



The REST Admin interface is a very powerful place; be very cautious and
conscientious of what you are trying to do.


by Anonymous User
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Thanks for suggesting this. However, I was finally able to reinstall ArcGIS Server and unfederate the correct way instead.

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DEWright_CA
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That is good; un-federating and re-federating is a dicey. I accumulated a lot of experience in this unfortunately. 

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JayantaPoddar
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I suggest you connect with your Esri Suport first.

FAQ: Is it possible to unfederate an inaccessible ArcGIS server from Portal for ArcGIS? 



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