I get an error message npm WARN using –force Recommended protections disabled when use sudo npm cache clean -f to force clear my npm cache. How to fix it?
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After researching your error for hours I found that the reason of the error ”npm WARN using –force Recommended protections disabled” is due to the existing version of Node which you set up on your machine. There is a problem with it.
To solve the error ”npm WARN using –force Recommended protections disabled”, let’s follow these steps below:
npm cache clean --force
- run - %appdata% - delete npm-cachefolder.
Or simply you can reinstall Node from the official website after uninstalling it first. After you do that, your error will be completely resolved and your program will work well with not any errors. So, let’s do it to get your desired results.
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npm will give you a warning message when the caching doesn’t work, but this is just a warning, not an error. Use npm cache verify to verify your caching was successful and then check the node version.