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Senthilkumar Sakthivel asked a question on 17 Jan 2012 3:31 AM

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Kent Carstens responded on 17 Jan 2012 5:36 AM

1. Stop AOS.

2. Delete the .auc file from users\\Appdata\ folder

3. Restart AOS.

community.dynamics.com/.../cleanup-cache-auc-file.aspx

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James McIntosh responded on 7 Nov 2012 3:33 AM

Is it really necessary to stop the AOS?  

Is it not sufficient f the user closes their client?

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André Boekestijn responded on 15 Mar 2013 1:45 AM

1. Close the client

2. The ax_{GUID}.auc file is now written to the AppData folder

3. Delete the auc file

4. Open the client

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Carlos Javier Criales Cardozo responded on 21 Oct 2013 12:55 PM

Hi I have some solutions including this in www.dynamicsaxlatino.com/como-limpiar-cache-de-dynamics-ax

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http://www.dynamicsaxlatino.com/

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Carlos Javier Criales Cardozo responded on 2 Nov 2013 11:11 AM

How to clean cache of AOT and take multiple AOS changes

www.dynamicsaxlatino.com/limpiar-flush-cache-de-aos-o-aot-en-ax

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http://www.dynamicsaxlatino.com/

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B VDS responded on 4 Mar 2014 7:59 PM

We do it with the AOS still running and that seems to work fine.

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Sholeh M responded on 8 Jun 2014 10:39 PM

Hi CARLOS,

Thanks a lot, its helpful for me.

Nice tricks

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Kent Carstens responded on 17 Jan 2012 5:36 AM

1. Stop AOS.

2. Delete the .auc file from users\\Appdata\ folder

3. Restart AOS.

community.dynamics.com/.../cleanup-cache-auc-file.aspx

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André Boekestijn responded on 15 Mar 2013 1:45 AM

1. Close the client

2. The ax_{GUID}.auc file is now written to the AppData folder

3. Delete the auc file

4. Open the client

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