Unregistering a remote Docker host from HCL OneTest Server

You can unregister a remote Docker host that is registered with HCL OneTest Server when you no longer require it.

Before you begin

You must have completed the following tasks:
  1. Set up the remote Docker host computer. See Setting up a remote Docker host computer or Setting up a secure remote Docker host computer.
  2. Registered the remote Docker host with HCL OneTest Server. See Registering a remote Docker host with HCL OneTest Server.


  1. Log in to HCL OneTest Server.
  2. Click Infrastructure > Agents and Intercepts in the navigation pane.

    The Agents and Intercepts page is displayed.

    You can view the agents, intercepts or Dockers that are registered with HCL OneTest Server.

  3. Identify the Docker host that you want to unregister.
    Note: The image of the edit icon and Image of the delete icon icons are displayed in the Actions column in the row of the Docker only if you own the remote Docker host.
  4. Unregister the Docker host by completing the following steps:
    1. Click the Unregister docker host icon Image of the delete icon..
    2. Click Unregister in the Unregister docker host dialog box.

    A message is displayed that the Docker host is unregistered successfully.


You have unregistered the remote Docker host from HCL OneTest Server. You cannot run tests on this remote Docker host if it is added to your project. You might have to register it again with HCL OneTest Server, if you want to use the remote Docker host in your projects.