I have a few labs of shared computers, and have been noticing the hard drives filling up quickly during some terms, and the culprit appears to be the Cache for Adobe After Effects located in ~/Library/Caches
Anyone familiar with a way to force the cache to flush periodically?
I have a policy to flush the User Cache files, all of them. It is set to run weekly at the moment. Had the same problem with enormous amounts of data in the users cache for After Effects. Set up a policy, and then in Maintenance options, you can flush User Caches. Set it to run when you want.
You can also manually do this in Jamf Remote, Select the Mac, and then in the Advanced tab you can Flush User Caches.