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Howto Find out who is accessing a DLL

Posted on 2001-07-17
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I have a DLL registered on the NT Server. I want to re-register the DLL but their are some process which
is accessing that DLL.
Can you tell me, how to find out who is OR which program is accessing that DLL, so that i can kill process/program
accessing the DLL and re-register it. I cannot delete the DLL as it is being accessed.

Thanks!!
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Question by:rsoni_in1
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Try shutting down the service, this will throw people out of the transaction.  Then you can replace the component.
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Didn't someone make a program called DLLMon or something like that? Could be FileMon, I'm not sure...
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A "C"...  Welcome to the blacklist!!!
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