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Who's got the resource open?

I want to find the username and ,if possible, the machine name of the user who has a particular file open on a particular server (NT4 Server).In Admin Tools /Service Manager I can find this out, but can I get at this from a client?
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Neal HartmanCommented:
Try Microsoft's WMI SDK (Windows Management Instruction).
If not Mabry or Desaware sell NT tools.
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VindaCommented:
You can definitely do that using WMI, but then the NT4 server and your local machine both should have WMI core components installed.

I have done that using WMI.
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philjhAuthor Commented:
I've had a look at WMI and it seems like a big overhead to achieve something relatively simple. I there not a network API call I could make to get this information?
I've increased the points a bit.
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VindaCommented:
I could send u WMI code to do this. Its very simple and would just take 20 lines of code to achieve this.

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philjhAuthor Commented:
Vinda that would be very useful.Thanks
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