During the free trial, I spent time fiddling and experimenting with azure. Now that we've moved to paid version, I need to delete all of the experimented things as we don't need all of them.
One of those is a Recovery services vault that somehow got something stuck in it's backup usage (see screenshot below)
I've looked in all the settings and can find nothing left to remove. Any storage account that may have been linked to the vault is long gone - it's really the only thing that is left in the resource group. I also can't remove the resource group because of this vault.
Any time I try to delete I get following error:
Vault deletion error
Vault 'TestRecoveryServiceVault' cannot be deleted as there are existing resources within the vault. Please delete any replicated items, registered servers, Hyper-V sites (Used for Site Recovery), policy associations for System Center VMM clouds (Used for Site Recovery) and then delete the vault.
I even tried the powershell commands
$vault = Get-AzureRmRecoveryServicesVault -Name "TestRecoveryServiceVault" Remove-AzureRmRecoveryServicesVault -Vault $vault
(same error as above) and
Remove-AzureRmRecoveryServicesVault -Vault $vault -Force
(but this one throws an error that parameter -Force doesn't exist, I suspect outdated documentation)
I'm at my wits end and would really like this vault gone. Any help is appreciated.
There are no tasks left in the vault; only 6MB of data that seems to have come from nowhere, as it didn't get deleted with the tasks. I did not opt to keep backup data when removing tasks.