- In a web browser, navigate to http://vcenter server name or IP/mob.Where vcenter server name or IP is the name of your vCenter Server or its IP address.
- Click Content.
- Click ExtensionManager.
- Select and copy the name of the plug-in you want to remove from the list of values under Properties.
- Click UnregisterExtension. A new window appears.
- Paste the name of the plug-in and click Invoke Method. This removes the plug-in.
- Close the window.
- Refresh the Managed Object Type:ManagedObjectReference:ExtensionManager window to verify if the plug-in is removed successfully.
Removing unwanted plug-ins from vCenter Server
August 21, 2012
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