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Uninstalling Deep Security from your NSX environment

    • Updated:
    • 2 Feb 2018
    • Product/Version:
    • Deep Security 10.0
    • Deep Security 10.1
    • Deep Security 10.2
    • Deep Security 9.6
    • Platform:
    • N/A N/A
Summary

Without completely removing our registered service from NSX, the re-deployed Deep Security Virtual Appliance Firewall or Deep Packet Inspection would not function correctly. Uninstalling Deep Security Virtual Appliance will prevent certain issues such as offline Firewall or Deep Packet Inspection.

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This procedure will remove all the related history from Deep Security Manager. You will need to re-configure the policies and re-activate your protected virtual machines.

To uninstall the Deep Security Virtual Appliance from NSX:

  1. Navigate to Home > Networking and Security > Service Composer > Security Policies. Select Deep Security security policies and click Actions > Delete.Delete security policies
  2. On the vSphere Web Client, go to Home > Networking and Security > Installation > Service Deployments. Select the Trend Micro Deep Security service deployment and click Delete.Delete service deployment
  3. Navigate to Home > Networking and Security > Service Definitions > Service Managers. Select Deep Security Service Manager and click the pencil icon to edit. Untick the Operational State checkbox.Deep Security Service ManagerUntick Operational State
  4. Go to Home > Networking and Security > Service Definitions > Services. Select Trend Micro Deep Security and click the pencil icon to edit.Edit Trend Micro Deep Security services
  5. On the left column, click Service Instances and select Trend Micro Deep Security-GlobalInstance.
  6. Under the Service Profile column on the right, select Default (EBT) and click Delete.Delete Default (EBT)
  7. On the left column, select Service Instances. Click the Trend Micro Deep Security-GlobalInstance and click Delete.Global Instance
  8. Once the service instances have been removed, click the delete icon to remove the service definition.
  9. On the Deep Security Manager, go to Computers.
  10. On the navigation tree on the left side, right-click the vCenter and select Remove VMware vCenter.
  11. Select one of the following options:
    • Remove VMware vCenter and all subordinate computers/groups from DSM: Removes the vCenter and all records of the VMs including the Deep Security Policies and Rules assigned to them.
    • Remove VMware vCenter but retain computer data and Group hierarchy: Removes the vCenter but retains its hierarchical structure and the records of the VMs including the Deep Security Policies and Rules assigned to them.
    • Remove VMware vCenter, retain computer data, but flatten hierarchy: Removes the vCenter but retains the records of the VMs including the Deep Security Policies and Rules assigned to them. The hierarchical structure of the vCenter is flattened to a single group.
  12. Click OK.
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Solution Id:
1119329
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