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    3 comments  ·  Update Management » Deployments  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
    Anonymous commented  · 

    Ran into this when trying to switch Automation Accounts for a VM. Deleted a workspace so I could delete the old Automation Account, but had not removed it from VM (if that's even possible.)

    I was able to fix this by:

    1) Go to 'Log Analytics' in the portal.
    2) Go to any other workspace in the same sub. (I went to the new one I was trying to switch to)
    3) Find the VM, OMS Connection should say 'Other Workspace', or something like that.
    4) Click that VM, and there should be a 'Disconnect' option at the top of the other blade.
    5) Go back to the VM on the 'Virtual Machines' page. You should now be able to set up Update Management.

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