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Sometimes there is a need to delete Microsoft Teams cache to quicken the adoption of an in-band policy change or simply troubleshoot an issue. The challenge here is that the cache for Microsoft Teams is in multiple directories. This can be done manually but would result in a slow and tedious process. Again, we turn to PowerShell to automate this process and this time it’s a one-liner that addresses this opportunity. 


Get-ChildItem -Path "C:Users" -Directory|Get-ChildItem "C:Users$($_.Name)AppDataRoamingMicrosoftTeams" -Directory|Where{$_ -in ('cache','database','blob','IndexedDB','')}|ForEach{Remove-Item $_.FullName -Recurse -Force}


As always, please share your comments below on bettering the above script or any questions you may have.

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