Delete interactive container cache files

Hi, I have checked the latest post on the engineering blog.

Deleting interactive container cache files (Windows)

It states that "Make sure to quit FileMaker Pro before deleting the cache subfolder".

Is that mean if I would like to automate the delete step, I have to use PowerShell to do so?

Welcome to any advice.

It appears to be a WinOS thing, so use powershell. Probably good to include a check to ensure FMP isn’t running.

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Thank you. Yes, you are right. I have to modify my question.