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How To View Active Connections and Open Files

Posted on 2004-09-13
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I'm running 2003 Server and I'd like to view the active connections and the files those connections have open on the server.
I tried netstat but I'm looking for a GUI where I could see who's connected and to what files...and then be able to disconnect them.

Is there a tool like that, that is built into 2003 server?

Thanks for any info
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Question by:Matrix1000
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start >run > Fsmgmt.msc {enter}

perhaps?
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Start > admin tools > computer management (or right click my computer > manage)

expand shared folders

click on "open files" for a full listing or "sessions" for a general listing

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the first post does the same thing?
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Yes, but it looks so ugly there on its own. :)

Why did you put "perhaps?" there if you were confident of the answer?
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I had to go check the msc was installed as default in 2K3 :) if it wasnt Id have reposted
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What, we only got B's?

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