Delete a GCP Private Service Connection

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User Guide
  1. To delete a GCP Private Service Connection, select the connection you wish to delete.

  2. You will receive a warning that this action cannot be undone.

  3. Select the checkbox "I acknowledge and understand that this change cannot be reversed" and click Delete.

    The Manage GCP Private Service Connect window will show the status "Being deleted" until the connection has been deleted. In addition, you will also receive an email confirming the deletion.

  4. After deleting a GCP Private Service Connection through MyJFrog, the status of the endpoint in GCP will change to "Rejected." In the GCP Private Service Connect window, select Delete endpoint to delete the endpoint.


    Deleting a GCP Private Service Connection will not automatically restore the public Internet connection to your site. You will need to go to the MyJFrog Cloud Portal and to clear the IPs you added to the Allow List. For more information, see Configuring the IP/CIDR Allow List.