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Removing Vaults

If you no longer need a vault, you can remove it. Mind the following limitation:

  • You cannot remove a vault that contains tapes. To be able to remove such vault, first move tapes from this vault to other vaults or remove them from the vault. When you remove a tape from the vault, you can see it in its media pool or under Media > Offline node.
  • You cannot remove a vault that has a reference to any media pool. To be able to remove such vault, first edit settings of the corresponding media pool and remove a reference to this vault.

To remove a vault:

  1. Open the Tape Infrastructure view.
  2. Navigate to the Vaults node.
  3. Select a vault and click Remove Vault on the ribbon. Alternatively, you can right-click the necessary vault in the working area and choose Remove Vault.
  4. In the displayed dialog box, click OK to confirm deletion.
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