I hope everyone is well in these testing times. I have raised a request with SuperOffice support, and they suggested that I raise the issue on Community to see if anyone has seen the following issue before, and knows of a solution.
From reading up on the issue, it appears that SuperOffice uses a .net feature called Shadow Copying Assemblies (I am definitely not an expert in this area), and it caches all the SuperOffice dll’s into sub folders of the %localappdata%\assembly\dl3\ folder. On my machine I have one copy of each SuperOffice dll, with the entire folder size being 25mb.
I have also checked on our Citrix environment, and the average folder size is about 125mb, and for some reason has 2 copies of most of the dlls. But still not a problem.
However, on the Citrix environment on one of our customers, each user has a number of copies of each of the SuperOffice dll’s, with new copies of the dll’s being cached every few days (leaving the old copies in place).
Each users dl3 folder is around 11gb in size, and is fast filling up the server.
The customer is using “Citrix Virtual Delivey Agent 7.12” and “Xenapp”, then server is on VMWare 6.5 (running the latest service pack), and the server image is running Server Standard 2016, and Windows updates are kept up to date.
Has anyone seen this before, and know of a way to stop this from happening.