I am trying to get rid of a disgracefully "Retired" Windows Server 2012 "RD Virtualization Host". The old virtualization host shows under the "Host Servers" section however as it's no longer accessible, when I try to remove
I get the error "Could not remove the configuration. Object reference not set to an instance of an object."
Currently It doesn't hurt for me to have it listed on the server list manager however
Well, I guess no takers on this one... I ended up uninstalling the RDS roles from all the RDS configuration member servers as once the Server Manager refreshed I couldn't even go into RDS configuration pane due the missing server. After uninstalling
all reconfigured them from scratch and it's all good and healthy now. I was really hoping to find a way to manually delete the missing server so I didn't have to go through the configuration... anyways just thought I update the thread. I'm pretty sure as RDS
2012 deployments start to become more and more common we will hear more about this issue.
Marked As Answer bySener ASunday, February 03, 2013 10:43 AM
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