~ Chandra Bose | Senior Software Engineer
There are times when you may want to revert back to older version of a Management Pack (MP) for a given workload. Currently, the Operations Manager UI allows you to delete and re-import Management Packs from the “Installed Management Packs” screen, however there can be issues when there are multiple and multi-level dependencies on the MP that you are trying to delete.
To mitigate these potential issues, we have a new script available that will help you to revert Management Packs with ease.
Note that this script is an enhanced version of an earlier script provided by its original author here (thanks to Microsoft’s own Christopher Crammond!)
Here’s how to use the script:
1. Open the Operations Manager Command Shell prompt in Administrator mode.
2. Download the script to remove a management pack with dependencies from here.
3. Run the script using the name of the Management Pack you want to remove. For example:
(Example 1) –> .\RecursiveRemove.ps1 <ID or System Name of the MP>
(Example 2) –> .\RecursiveRemove.ps1 Microsoft.SQLServer.2014.Discovery
You can see the ID or System Name of the MP that you want to uninstall by selecting it in the Installed Management Packs view by clicking Properties in the Actions pane. Simply copy the content in the “ID :” text box in the General tab.
Chandra Bose | Senior Software Engineer | Microsoft
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