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Removing Entities

Sometimes an entity has to be removed from the system. Normally certificate revocation and removal of the shared keys are enough, and basically provide the same outcome.

However, if the entity is obsolete, you can remove it by clicking the Remove Entity button on the Entity page. The Warning page will be shown and you are asked to confirm the selection before the entity and all associated certificates and keys are removed from the system.


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