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Three ways to clear InfoPath Caching on Users Local Machine

by on April 22, 2015

InfoPath caches local content for faster functionality – this can be very annoying when end users do not get to see your updates.

Here are three ways to clear your InfoPath cache; which you use will likely be based on the end users’ level of technology savvy.

From Run

Start > run > type “Infopath /cache clearall

Delete the Contents of These Folders Manually

C:\Users\ebruce\AppData\Local\Microsoft\InfoPath\FormCache3

C:\Users\ebruce\AppData\Local\Microsoft\InfoPath\FormCache4

In .Bat File Which End Users Can Click to Run

taskkill /im:infopath.exe /f

taskkill /im:iexplore.exe /f

"C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Office\Office14\Infopath.exe" /cache clearall

"C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Office\Office15\Infopath.exe" /cache clearall

taskkill /im:infopath.exe /f

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