While you can delete all tenants in a multitenant
deployment, you cannot delete the admin-level Prisma Access configuration
where you add or delete tenants.
Select the tenant, and delete all configuration
associated with it.
This includes any Service Connection, Mobile User, Remote
Network, or Clean Pipe configuration.
Commit and Push your changes to Prisma Access.
Push to Devices
, and make sure
that all the components you deleted (including Remote Networks,
Mobile Users, Service Setup, Explicit Proxy, and Clean Pipe, depending
on your deployment) are selected.
select the tenant, then
a tenant also deletes any public IP addresses Prisma Access has
assigned for service connections, remote networks, and mobile users.
you delete a tenant, Prisma Access deletes the template and device
group set for which you are licensed, but does not delete the unlicensed
set. For example, if you have a Prisma Access for Users license
and delete a tenant, Prisma Access deletes the mobile user-related
template stacks, templates, and device groups but does not delete
the set it created for the unlicensed Prisma Access for Networks.
You can manually delete these unused template and device group sets
after you delete the tenant.