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How to turn off oplocks and file caching at the server?

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I have an open question regarding file locking problems located here:   http://www.experts-exchange.com/Networking/Netware/Q_20971532.html

I am not sure how to turn off file caching and oplocks at the server(Please be detailed). I understand the client side... Any help would be greatly appreciated!

Thanks in advance.
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this seems to cover it...
at the server console

SET NCP FILE COMMIT=ON
SET CLIENT FILE CACHING ENABLED=OFF
SET LEVEL 2 OPLOCKS ENABLED=OFF
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This also depends on the version and service-pack level of your NetWare OS.  For example, the Level 2 oplocks command wasn't available until, I believe, a post-SP1 NetWare 6 patch...  and I doubt any were available on early SP's of 4.11.
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Thanks for the help guys!
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