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AdtAdmin.exe /DelGroup

Updated: November 1, 2013

Applies To: System Center 2012 - Operations Manager, System Center 2012 R2 Operations Manager, System Center 2012 SP1 - Operations Manager

The /DelGroup parameter deletes a group from an ACS collector by using its name or group identification number. When a group is deleted, the forwarders that belong to the group are not deleted. Any forwarders assigned to a group when it is deleted are added to or still belong to the default top-level groups.

No output is generated from this command. You can use the /ListGroups parameter to verify that the group was created and also to determine a group’s assigned identification number.

Syntax

AdtAdmin.exe /DelGroup [/Collector:<CollectorName>] {[/Group:<GroupName>] | [/GroupID:<IdentificationNumber>]}

 

Subparameter Description

/Collector:CollectorName

Specifies the ACS collector on which the group was created. If this subparameter is omitted, the local ACS collector is assumed.

/Group:GroupName

Specifies an ACS group to delete by the group’s name.

/GroupID:IdentificationNumber

Specifies an ACS group to delete by the group’s identification number. An identification number is assigned to a group when it is first created.

Example

Use the following example to delete an ACS group that has the name "Accounting Computers":

adtadmin /delgroup /group:"Accounting Computers"

See Also

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