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    Ansgar

    Hi there,

    just read your post, tried it myself and everything worked out fine.
    Only problem I got is I can’t delete the provisioned VM from within vcac. Even after deleting the VMs from vCenter, the VMs still show up under “Items” for the User who requested the machines.
    How can I get rid of those leftovers?
    Thanks a lot in advance!

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      viktorious

      I would advise to create/add an extra action for the item called “delete/remove virtual machine” and next time remove the virtual machine from the items list using this action. Because you already removed the virtual machine from the vCenter you can try to rescan the inventory in vRA and see if the VM is removed. Otherwise use the suggestions in this community article:
      https://communities.vmware.com/message/2468100
      to remove the item directly from the DB (use at own risk).

      Good luck!

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