Waiting for fix in a future release of TPAM
- From the /tpam web interface create a fake/placeholder Linux Managed System with a Network Address of: \(\.\+\)
- Save Changes and then click the "Clear Sys Host Entry" button.
Doing so will clear ALL the known hosts from TPAM. You can then log into the /admin web interface and verify that all the host keys were cleared.
Once that has been verified you can delete the placeholder system that was created in the /tpam web interface.