Reference article:

https://blogs.technet.microsoft.com/applicationproxyblog/2014/08/20/web-application-proxy-powershell-cheat-sheet/

http://ms.darrenongpt.com/2015/07/remove-web-application-proxy-wap-from.html

 

Symptom:

On the current WAP server wapserver1, the WAP remote access management console display a server called server2. How to remove this server from the cluster list?

Solution:

Connect on the wapserver1, open a powershell prompt: Swpc –ConnectedServersName ((gwpc).ConnectedServersName –ne ‘server2.domain.local’)

gwpc to display the list of WAP servers.

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