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Closing open network files

January 12, 2007 at 13:20:25
Specs: Advanced Server 2000, 2gb

I know files can be closed from 'open files' in computer management but when I close files through computer management it takes a long time to relist the files - like 30 seconds. It wouldn't be so bad if I only had a few files to close but sometimes I have 50 files to close.

Like in 'Open files' I need to be able to see the files listed by username. I have tried programs like ofview and other similar programs but I can't find one that will include the user that has the file open.

Anyone have any ideas?

Thanks


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Stephen Fox January 14, 2007 at 01:17:39

This is tested and confirmed on my own machine. Can't guarantee it will work on 2000, but considering they are both NT-based systems you can give it a shot. Here is Microsoft's info on the matter.

How to Close All Files Opened by Network Clients from the Command Line

Stephen Fox
WINDOWS NT 4.00.1381 SP6a
PENTIUM II 450MHz; 384MB RAM
GATEWAY 2000 P6-450 DESKTOP 3GB


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January 19, 2007 at 14:54:29

Thanks Stephen I will look into that.

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January 22, 2007 at 07:46:32

I dont want to close all files at once, just a specific users files. If anyone knows a program to do this please let me know.



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