How Can a Site Be Eliminated From a Profile

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How Can a Site Be Eliminated From a Profile

Postby bpad on Tue Jan 09, 2018 6:06 pm

I changed from a Mate3 to a Mate3s and tried to change the MAC address for the site. I went into System Tools; but wasn't able to do this. And noted from recent posts that this may not be possible.

So I created a new site with the new Mate3s Mac address, and added a _ to the site name. This worked and my system was online with the Mate3s.

Now I would like to eliminate the original site associated with the Mate3 and it's MAC address.
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Re: How Can a Site Be Eliminated From a Profile

Postby jguzman on Wed Jan 10, 2018 9:02 am

As long as you are an Admin, you can delete any of your registered Optics sites.
From the site level look to the far right of the screen, you should see "X" buttons. If you hover you mouse over them they become bold. Click on any of the level you wish to delete.
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Re: How Can a Site Be Eliminated From a Profile

Postby David LeBow on Wed Jan 10, 2018 9:40 am

There's a link from the Optics main menu (on the left) to a (growing) list of Knowledge Base articles:

This one should be of particular interest: ... -or-system

This one's related: ... -or-system

Take a look!

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