Solved: Files on a Microsoft Domain Network

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darnold

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I would like to know if there is a way you can tell if someone has a file open (in use) on the network...

I would like to open a file and change it but I cant open it because it is locked (open by someone else)... Is there a way I can see you has it at the time??

Thanks!:confused:
 

darnold

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It has to be done on the server end of it...

console... shared folders... open files...
 
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Use the computer management console in Administrative Tools. Under the System Tools heading there is a shared folders section that will show shares, sessions and open files.
 
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