Is it possible to regenerate thumbnails in Confluence?

Is there a way to regenerate thumbnails in Confluence if the thumbnails directory is blown away and the attachments directory is intact? 

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Ann Worley Atlassian Team Jun 07, 2017

According to Confluence Home and other important directories the thumbnails directory "Stores temporary files for image thumbnails. This directory is essentially a thumbnail cache, and files deleted from this directory will be regenerated the next time the image is accessed."

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