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Most of the examples to delete resources on using Octoposh involve - Using the get-Octopus** to get the resource you want to delete - Piping the resource object to Remove-OctopusResource

None of the examples below include the -force switch to avoid any accidents. If you want to avoid getting prompted every time you delete a resource, pass the switch -Force to Remove-OctopusResource

Project Groups

Get-OctopusProjectGroup -name "MyProjectGroup" | Remove-OctopusResource


Delete one project

Get-OctopusProject -name "MyProject" | Remove-OctopusResource

Delete all the projects inside a ProjectGroup

Get-OctopusProjectGroup -name "MyProjectGroup" | Get-OctopusProject | Remove-OctopusResource


Delete single environment by name

Get-OctopusEnvironment -name "MyEnvironment" | Remove-OctopusResource

Delete all environments that have no machines in them

Get-OctopusEnvironment | ? {$_.Machines.count -eq 0} |Remove-OctopusResource

NuGet Feeds

This example removes the reference of an external NuGet feed from Octopus. It doesnt delete any packages from the NuGet feed itself

Get-OctopusFeed -Name "MyFeed" | Remove-OctopusResource

Library variable sets

Get-OctopusVariableSet -LibrarySetName "MyLibrarySet" | Remove-OctopusResource


Get-OctopusMachine -Name "MySQLDatabase" | Remove-OctopusResource


Get-OctopusLifecycle -name "MyLifecycle" | Remove-OctopusResource


$user = Get-OctopusUser -name "MyUser" 
Remove-OctopusResource -resource $user


$team = Get-OctopusTeam -name "MyTeam" 
Remove-OctopusResource - resource $team