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Digon

Caching problem in RemoteApp Control

Hi,

I made some tests with my Raspberry Pi by installing initially Domoticz web server (on port 80). It worked fine and therefore I decided to make a further step by installing on same RPI the Edge Device Management. I moved Domoticz on port 8080 and is working fine, so port 80 become available for Edge Device Management. The problem is that after starting the Edge Management if I browse from my laptop to RPI port 80 I got the old page from Domoticz Offline message, so I should clear the cache in my local browser (Chrome) and the new page from EDM displayed perfectly. My problem is that in RemoteApp Control it is still dispalyed the old Domoticz page and I do not find any way to clear its cache. I tried to logout and login, restart everything, but still not able to see the new page from EDM.

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Digon
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Re: Caching problem in RemoteApp Control

Finally I fixed it. It looks that the Management Console is using the IE engine of the computer where is installed, so after I delete the IE cache, the problem was fixed.

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Posted by TeamViewer Staff
TeamViewer Staff

Re: Caching problem in RemoteApp Control

Hi DAche,
Thank you so much for the information. I will try to reproduce the issue on in-house devices and get back to you soon with more information on how to fix the issue, mean while I would appreciate if you can use the local browser to access Edge management and Domoticz.
Nikhil

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Digon
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Re: Caching problem in RemoteApp Control

Finally I fixed it. It looks that the Management Console is using the IE engine of the computer where is installed, so after I delete the IE cache, the problem was fixed.

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Posted by TeamViewer Staff
TeamViewer Staff

Re: Caching problem in RemoteApp Control

Hi Dache,

I am happy to kmow that issue is sloved, thank you for the update.