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I want to write a program for my server to force user to name the files according to a certain standard. If the user rename the files in an incorrect form, the server will return a pop-up message to the client.
(The users are mounted to a drive on the server and the files are in the shared drive.)

I know that there is a handle 'FindFirstChangeNotification', but how could I know which user is changing the file. I want to know the IP and Port of that user so that the server could response.
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>> I want to write a program for my server to force user to rename the files according to certaing standard. If the user rename the files in an
>> incorrect form, the server will return a pop message to the server.

Why bother? This will only serve to confuse and aggravate those trying to upload files to your server. Instead I would recommend a program that renames the file according to the given convention after the user has uploaded it. programmersheaven.com does exactly this to make it easier to administer the tens of thousands of files that have been uploaded there.

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