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Erase clearpass evaluation

I have an evaluation of ClearPass and would like to start over completely. What is the recommended method for deleting/wiping/erasing the server entirely?

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Ryan Holland, ACDX #1 ACMX #1
The Ohio State University
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Re: Erase clearpass evaluation

I would login to the publisher using the appadmin account, then execute:

 

cluster reset-database


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Re: Erase clearpass evaluation

Its on VMware so just delete the vm and create a new one.

That's what I have done at least.

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John Solberg

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Re: Erase clearpass evaluation

jsolb,

 

That is a good idea as well.  

 

Probably the only benefit of the cluster reset database is that it allows you to keep the same ip address and just wipe the config.


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Re: Erase clearpass evaluation

Yup, that "cluster reset-database" is what I was looking for.

 

In my case, I don't manage or have access to the VM environment, so rebuilding that is actually a lot more work (coordination) than just wiping the config.

 

Thanks for the prompt replies!

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The Ohio State University
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