In my previous blogpost, I explained how to remove a failed PKS cluster by removing the BOSH deployment using the BOSH CLI. Removing the BOSH deployment does not remove the NSX-T objects however. Manually deleting these NSX-T objects using the GUI is prohibited because these objects are supposed to be managed by PKS and are …

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