How to destroy/delete Microhost cloud server

How to destroy/delete Microhost cloud server

Step 1: Login into your Microhost Account Dashboard .


https://cloud.microhost.com/app/login 


Step 2: Click on the Cloud Servers option present on the Top left . 



Step 3 : Select the server you want to delete/destroy by clicking on the Action < Destroy Cloud options .



Step 4 : Copy and paste the required string as shown below and click on the Destroy Server button . 


NOTE : Please make sure that you have data/bacup of the server before destroying your server as it could not be restored again .




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