Traps management service automatically enforces
a cleanup policy to remove inactive endpoints (and endpoints removed
from the network but not properly uninstalled) and return the licenses
to the pool of available endpoint licenses. The time period after
which an endpoint Traps management service removes an endpoint depends
on the endpoint type. For more information, see License
If needed, you can manually decommission
the Traps agent from one or more endpoints before the clean-up policy
takes effect. When you decommission the Traps agent, Traps management
service deletes the endpoint from the list of registered endpoints
and returns the license to the available license pool.
VDI endpoints have a VDI-specific license cleanup policy, this action
is not supported for VDI endpoints.
Select the endpoints for which you want to revoke the
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or more endpoints (and return the associated licenses to the pool)