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If your attempt at deleting a server is hindered by the existence of cancelled/inactive services, you can use a SQL query to handle, like:

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Where newserverid is the server ID of the server that you want to assign the services to and serveridtodelete is the server ID of the server you want all services removed from.

For example, you can use:


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to set all services assigned to server ID '1' to now be assigned to server ID '2'. Then you should be able to delete server ID '1' from WHMCS without error.
 

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