Recently, I was working an issue where we had to delete the connector space. Easy, right! Well, yes and no! There are a few things to think about when deleting a connector space.
- Are you deleting just the connector space?
- Are you deleting the Management Agent and Connector Space?
- Are you deleting the FIM Service Management Agent, or are you deleting a connector space in a FIM solution?
This is the reason that I put together a few wiki's to cover each scenario.
Things to look at when deleting a connector space :: http://social.technet.microsoft.com/wiki/contents/articles/things-to-look-at-when-deleting-a-connector-space.aspx
FIM Service Management Agent deleting the connector space:: http://social.technet.microsoft.com/wiki/contents/articles/fim-service-management-agent-deleting-the-connector-space.aspx
Deleting a Management Agent and Connector Space:: http://social.technet.microsoft.com/wiki/contents/articles/deleting-a-management-agent-and-connector-space.aspx