Password sync just stopped working. Another working on that problem forgot
that DSRepair isn't compatible with Zenworks 6.5 and ran DSRepair. As
normal, it destroyed the ZenApps.

We restored the eDirectory from a backup tape to get the ZenApps back.

The problem is that the workstations have in c:\nalcache corrupt copies of
these Zenapps. It's been 10 days, and they still have the old - bad copy.

How do we fix this? We have caching turned off on all apps
(disconnectable too.) There are hundreds of apps. Can I schedule a one
time del c:\nalcache\*.* /s to clean this up, or would that cause damage?
Many of these zenapps can not run again so I can't simply increase the
distribution number.