Cancel an increase in data store on removable hard drive

Hello, I was just wondering, but I was messing around trying to find the way on an empty stomach for manually copying the VM to a RDX removable hard drive and decided to try to increase the size of the data with the RDX hard disk store.  I was wondering if there is a way to cancel this increase in size of the data store.  When I remove the RDX drive, it gives me an error saying no data store has been created but still work in the VM.  Any help would be appreciated.

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Welcome to the community,

I understand thi correctly. You have added the RDX as a measure for the data store local drive!

There is no way to remove a measure. You will need to evacuate the data store (i.e. save virtual machines), remove the extended data store and create a new.

André

BTW: With product (edition/version/version) are you using?

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