You can delete an endpoint when you no longer wish it to be managed by the PCoIP Management Console. This also removes it from its GROUPED or UNGROUPED endpoints table.
If auto-discovery is used (DHCP option-based or DNS SRV records) and the endpoint is still connected to the network, it will attempt to initiate a new connection to the PCoIP Management Console and re-register with it.
Note: Deleting endpoint does not clear its management state
Once an endpoint is managed by a PCoIP Management Console, deleting an endpoint from the PCoIP Management Console does not clear the management state of the endpoint itself. If you wish to connect the endpoint to another PCoIP Management Console, then you must clear the management state of that endpoint from the endpoint’s AWI. If you do not clear the management state of the endpoint, and it is still has network connectivity to the PCoIP Management Console, then it will reconnect and re-register itself with the PCoIP Management Console.
To delete endpoints:
From the PCoIP Management Console’s top menu, click ENDPOINTS.
In either the GROUPED or UNGROUPED table, select one or more endpoints that you wish to delete.
Tip: Press Shift+Click to select contiguous elements
Use Shift+Click to select contiguous elements and Ctrl+Click to select non-contiguous elements.
Click ENDPOINT and then DELETE.
Click I AM SURE at the message prompt.