Hashgen Command In Windows Server 2008
This article shows how to use Hashgen command in Windows Server 2008 operating system.
Hashgen command in Windows Server 2008 is used to creates or deletes BranchCache content information, also called as hashes, for the content in the specified directory on a BranchCache-capable file server. Syntax for using Hashgen command is given below.
hashgen [-q] [-t: : HH : MM] [-d] [-f] <directory>
Parameters For Hashgen
||Defines the folder location that contains the content for which you want to generate content information.
||Defines that the command is run in quiet mode.
|-t : HH : MM
||Defines the maximum amount of time that content information can be generated before Hashgen stops processing content.
||Defines the content information that you want to delete.
||Defines that hashgen force the generation of content information for the specified directory
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