This reference provides cmdlet descriptions and syntax for all BranchCache Manageability-specific cmdlets. It lists the cmdlets in alphabetical order based on the verb at the beginning of the cmdlet.
Increases the amount of cache storage space that is available on a hosted cache server by adding a new cache file.
Deletes all data in all data cache files and all hash cache files.
Disables the BranchCache service.
Disables downgrading, so that client computers do not request previous versions of content information from content servers.
Configures a client to ignore content discovery requests in distributed cache mode when operating on battery power.
Enables BranchCache and configures a computer to operate in distributed cache mode.
Instructs a client computer that is running an operating system in a downgraded mode.
Configures BranchCache to operate in hosted cache client mode.
Configures BranchCache to operate in hosted cache server mode.
Enables the BranchCache service in local caching mode.
Configures a client to listen for content discovery requests in distributed cache mode when operating on battery power.
Exports a cache package.
Exports a secret key to a file.
Retrieves the current BranchCache client computer settings.
Retrieves the current BranchCache content server settings.
Retrieves an object that represents the BranchCache data cache.
Retrieves objects that represent the BranchCache data cache extensions from a hosted cache server.
Retrieves the BranchCache hash cache.
Retrieves the current BranchCache hosted cache server settings.
Retrieves the current BranchCache network settings.
Retrieves a set of objects that provide BranchCache status and configuration information.
Imports a cache package.
Imports the cryptographic key that BranchCache uses for the generation of segment secrets.
Generates hashes for files in shared folders.
Creates hashes for web content.
Deletes a data cache file.
Resets BranchCache to the default configuration.
Specifies the BranchCache computer authentication mode.
Modifies the cache file configuration.
Modifies the maximum amount of time that data can remain in the cache.
Sets the minimum latency that must exist between client and server before transparent caching functions are utilized.
Sets the cryptographic key used in the generation of segment secrets.