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Posted on 2005-04-19
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Last Modified: 2013-11-21
We have an application being accessed by two users in the local network and two more through Remote Desktop.

How is it posible to check when a user in the local network is using the EXE
Some times they forget to close it and people with the server cannot make copies or anything with it or the folders involved.

I would like to be able to disconnect those sessions too (local or remote).
Question by:RGuillermo
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On the server with the application:
Right click My Computer --> Manage
Click the + next to Shared Folders
In the left-hand pane click on Open Files
In the right hand pane, which you can sort by Open file, right click on the file --> Close Open File

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