1. There are four possible ways to begin.
    º Right-click on the icon for the parent server-specific resource under the server, or the parent global resource, from which you want to delete a parent-child dependency. When the resource context menu appears, click Delete Dependency.
    º On the global toolbar, click the Delete Dependency button. When the dialog comes up, select the server in the Server list from which you want to begin deleting the resource dependency, and click Next. On the next dialog, select the parent resource from the Parent Resource Tag list, and click Next again.
    º On the Edit menu, point to Resource and then click Delete Dependency. When the dialog comes up, select the server in the Server list from which you want to begin deleting the resource dependency, and click Next. On the next dialog, select the parent resource from the Parent Resource Tag list, and click Next again.
  1. Select the Child Resource Tag from the drop down box. This should be the tag name of the child in the dependency that you want to delete. Click Next to proceed to the next dialog box.
  1. The dialog then confirms that you have selected the appropriate parent and child resource tags for your dependency deletion. Click Delete Dependency to delete the dependency on all servers in the cluster.
  1. If the output panel is enabled, the dialog closes, and the results of the commands to delete the dependency are shown in the output panel. If not, the dialog remains up to show these results, and you click Done to finish when all results have been displayed.

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