Clear orphaned package from ccmcache

Clean ccm cache properly and removing orphaned

  • Guest
  • Nov 8 2021
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    Garth Jones commented
    15 Nov 02:10pm

    If you are an enterprise client, the Client Information tool, can be run on a collection, thereby saving you the time of having to view each computer. I have asked internally if we have a blog/video on demoing that feature.


  • Guest commented
    15 Nov 01:49pm

    Yes but I don't know which content is orphaned. We may do a clear cache but we have nothing to remove only orphaned. Also, I believe if a package is running clear cache will remove the cache during the setup :) If I have to act on more than a computer simultaneously then the task become bigger very fast.

  • Admin
    Garth Jones commented
    15 Nov 01:41pm

    Just for clarity. The Client Information tool, will allow you to selectively remove content without affecting other content within the cache.

  • Guest commented
    11 Nov 08:17pm

    Yes, we already have a clear cache but it is for all apps in cache.

  • Admin
    Garth Jones commented
    11 Nov 08:14pm

    So just for clarity, within Client Information tool, you want a "method" / "check box" / ??? to select all orphaned content and click the deleted button to remove it off a computer/ collection of computers?

  • Guest commented
    11 Nov 07:47pm

    Harder. I was not thinking about analysis but directly clearing orphaned.


  • Admin
    Garth Jones commented
    11 Nov 07:44pm

    You can use Client Information will help find orphaned packages and clear then form the cache of your computers. Does that help you?