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Isolated Storage Tool (Storeadm.exe)
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Isolated Storage Tool (Storeadm.exe)

The Isolated Storage tool lists or removes all existing stores for the current user.

storeadm [/list][/remove][/roaming][/quiet]
Option Description
/h[elp] Displays command syntax and options for the tool.
/list Displays all existing stores for the current user. This includes the stores for all applications or assemblies executed by this user.
/quiet Specifies quiet mode; suppresses informational output so that only error messages appear.
/remove Permanently removes all existing stores for the current user.
/roaming Selects the roaming store. Use this option with the /list or /remove options to specify that the action should apply to the roaming store.
/? Displays command syntax and options for the tool.

Remarks

Running Storeadm.exe from the command line without specifying any options displays the syntax and options for the tool.

The /list and /remove options are typically used one at a time; however, if two or more options are specified they will be performed in the order in which they appear on the command line.

Applications have a choice of saving to two stores for a user. A local store exists in a location that is guaranteed not to roam (on Windows 2000) even if user data roaming is enabled for the user. The second store exists in a location that is able to roam, but can only do so if roaming is enabled for the user via Windows NT administration. Whether roaming is actually enabled for the user does not affect the administration of Storeadm.exe. Running the tool without the /roaming option applies all actions to the local store. Running the tool with the /roaming option applies all actions to the store that is able to roam.

See Also

.NET Framework Tools | Introduction to Isolated Storage | Scenarios for Isolated Storage | Isolated Storage

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