we are using QuPath in a Windows domain with AD-managed user profiles on Windows. Our IT management has implemented a quota of 50 MB on the user profile directories and unfortunately javacpp puts copies of e.g. opencv there upon starting QuPath which don’t get removed on program shutdown - this regularly triggers the quota and prevents synchronizing the profile to the AD on logout if not deleted manually.
I tried setting -Dorg.bytedeco.javacpp.cachedir to %TEMP% in the JAVA_TOOL_OPTIONS envvar but this is apparently not picked up by QuPath/the JVM.
Do you know a way to set this Java system property when launching QuPath e.g. with a parameter or whether there is another way of telling javacpp to put the tempfiles somewhere else?
Thank you & best regards,