I previously wrote about moving or disabling the package cache for Visual Studio 2017, which is a feature in the latest preview of Visual Studio 2017 and will be generally available update 15.2 is released.
We have now published the documentation along with related material for administrators or developers looking to take more control of their installations, including:
- Set defaults for enterprise deployments of Visual Studio
- Special considerations for installing Visual Studio in an offline environment
- Tools for detecting and managing Visual Studio instances
If you’re in the Preview channel please give the no-cache policy and send us feedback using the Feedback tool. If you’re not in the Preview channel and interested in trying features early, please visit https://www.visualstudio.com/vs/preview.