Hi @AsifSid ,
I agree with @fmoixsante in that you will want to force the device to try checking in again. My recommendation is to use "cytool reconnect force <distribution_id>" to have your endpoints check back in after deletion on the tenant. The <distribution_id> can be collected from the agent installation page by exposing the "id" column.
cytool reconnect force <distribution_id> is not really necessary when you delete an endpoint, and the endpoint is enabled as the endpoint is also less than 180 old. Just a normal checkin should suffice, which also means that as long as those machines have network access, most likely reconnected to your tenant with 5-10 minutes automatically. If those agents do not appear and normal checkin that doesn't work, you could do as @gjenkins recommended.
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