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How to list, clear or delete isolated local storage used with Silverlight
Using Isolated Local Storage in Silveright is simple enough, but I was curious about how to clear the local storage... To delete Silverlight specific local application storage, bring up any Silverlight application and right click on it. The only popup menu option given is 'Silverlight'. Select it, and on the Microsoft Silverlight Configuration dialog, select the Application Storage tab:
At this point you can select and delete isolated storage for any Silverlight application you may have used.
The MSDN documenation on the Silverlight Configuration dialog is at http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc645084(VS.95).aspx
For ASP.NET applications and WCF services you use the storeadm.exe Isolated Storage Tool, accessible by using the Visual Studio Command Prompt.
Available command line options are shown in the MSDN documentation as storeadm [/list][/machine][/remove][/roaming][/quiet]
storeadm /list will show you all of the local stores currently on the machine.
storeadm /roaming /remove will clear the current user's local storage whereas storeadm /machine /remove will clear the machine local storage.
The MSDN documentation is at http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ezabwsbk(VS.100).aspx