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C:\Windows>netsh branchcache set publicationcache ? Usage: set publicationcache [directory=]{DEFAULT|} Parameters: Tag Value directory - The fully qualified path to the directory in which the local publication cache should be stored. Set to DEFAULT to restore the default cache location. Remarks: Sets the location of the BranchCache service's local publication cache. Note that the service will be stopped and restarted if necessary in order to complete the change. Examples: set publicationcache DEFAULT set publicationcache directory=C:\BranchCache\PublicationCache

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netsh branchcache set publicationcache - Windows Seven - command Sets the location of the local publication cache. / Windows Seven
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