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Steps To Delete The Recovery Services Vault In Azure






Steps


  1. The first step is to disable soft delete. For that, go to the "Properties" and then click on the "Update" link of the "Security Settings".
  2. Picture showing the Security Settings in the properties submenu of recovery services vault

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  3. A screen will appear to disable the soft delete. Select the disable and click on the "Save" button.
  4. Picture showing the Security Settings screen for disabling soft delete

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  5. Next step is to delete the backup items. For that, click on the "Backup Items". A list of items will appear on the right-hand side. In this example, we will click on the "Azure Virtual Machine" as this is the only item we have in the recovery services vault.
  6. Picture showing the list of backup items in the recovery services vault

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  7. A list of backup items will appear. Click on the ellipsis and select the "Stop backup" option.
  8. Picture showing the context menu with stop backup option

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  9. A window will appear where you can stop the backup process and delete the existing backup. Enter all the details and click on the "Stop backup" button.
  10. Picture showing a screen to stop backup and delete backup data

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  11. Once the backup is deleted, click on the "Overview" tab of the selected Recovery Services Vault and click on the "Delete" button.
  12. Picture showing the delete button for deleting the recovery services vault

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  13. Once you click on the "Delete" button, a confirmation screen will come. Click on the "Yes" button to start the delete process.
  14. Picture showing the confirmation screen for deleting the recovery services vault

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Posted By  -  Karan Gupta
 
Posted On  -  Sunday, April 25, 2021

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