netsh http delete cache - Windows Vista - command


 
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c:\windows>netsh http delete cache ? Usage: delete cache [[url=] [[recursive=]yes|no]]] Parameters: Tag Value url - Fully qualified URL. recursive - If yes, removes all entries under the specified url Remarks: This command flushes the entire URI cache or deletes entries per specified URI. Examples: delete cache url=http://www.contoso.com:80/myresource/ recursive=yes delete cache

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netsh http delete cache - Windows Vista - command Deletes entries from the HTTP service kernel URI cache. / Windows Vista
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