Ubuntu: How to disable livepatch tokens remotely


I've enabled Cononical Livepatch services with my token on a virtual machine. The token allows me to enable livepatch on up to three machines.

To disable the token on a working machine we can use the command:

    sudo snap run canonical-livepatch disable  

My question is how do I disable the livepatch service on machines which I no longer have access to?

The reason I'm looking for an option to disable this granted licenses is because I'd like to use the license on three new machines.

I couldn't find such an option in the Canonical Livepatch Service Portal at https://auth.livepatch.canonical.com/

If there is no such option, then perhaps the license is not in use or will be regranted if the machine is inactive (for a certain period of time). Can someone confirm this theory?

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