If this key exists, the PowerShell script is terminated, and no further actions will be performed.
However, if this key does not exist, the script will continue to run.
In the second step, the script checks whether the directory "C: \MDM" already exists on the target computer. If this is not the case, this directory is created.
In the next step, the PowerShell script downloads the described BAT file from the GitHub repository. The corresponding BAT file with the name ClearTeamsCache.bat is then located in the directory "C: \MDM".
Now the BAT file that performs the Teams cache is executed in the PowerShell script.
A corresponding logging is stored in the subfolder "C:\MDM\Logging\ClearTeamsCache.txt".
The last step is to create the registry key that was requested at the beginning of the script.
This ensures that this script is not executed again with every update or after every restart.
Configuration Microsoft Intune
In the Endpoint Manager Portal we go to Devices > Scripts
Click on Add
Give the process a name
Select the script and use the configurations as shown in the picture.
Assign the script to the appropriate group
Complete the deployment.
You can find the link to the script further down in this article. Here you can see transparently how it works and how the BAT file is configured.