Unenrolling Symantec Endpoint Protection Manager domains from the cloud console
Symantec Endpoint Protection Managerdomains from the cloud console
The unenrollment process removes the client groups and clients of the unenrolled domain in the cloud. Any associated policies remain in the cloud console as well as related events.
After you unenroll a
Symantec Endpoint Protection Managerdomain from the ICDm cloud console, you are no longer able to:
- Manage devices from the cloud console.
- See files and applications on your devices.
- Apply cloud-specific policies to devices and device groups to protect them.
During the unenrollment process, a notification appears on the cloud console and you are not able to:
- Perform any function that is associated with device management, such as creating groups, deleting groups, or moving devices between groups.
- Perform any function that is associated with policy management, such as applying policies to devices or device groups.
- Enroll a new domain until the current domain is unenrolled.
To unenroll domains, you require the
Endpoint Console Super Administratorrole. See:
After unenrollment, you continue to see alerts, events, and policies in the cloud console.
- To unenroll aSymantec Endpoint Protection Managerdomain
- On the Endpoint Security cloud console, go toEndpoint > Integration.
- On theEnrollmenttab, check theDomain Enrollment Status>Enrolledcheck box and selectUnenroll.
- Choose an appropriate option:
- Unenroll- Select this option if you only want to unenrollSymantec Endpoint Protection Managerfrom the cloud console.
- Unenroll and remove- Select this option if you want to unenrollSymantec Endpoint Protection Managerfrom the cloud console and delete all discovered devices and files information.
- TypeUnenrollin the text box to confirm.
- SelectUnenroll Domain.
Typically unenrollment takes two hours to complete.