Files in use

If i'm not mistakin there was a app called server manager in NT4 that you could see all the files in use by a remote user and delete these files if needed. Where in win2000 and 2003 can you do this.
wcmashAsked:
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Jay_Jay70Commented:
Hi wcmash,

right click my computer and select manage - scroll down to shared folders and select open files  - right clicking will close

Cheers!
wcmashAuthor Commented:
Okay this is what i was wanting but it doesn't show the ntuser.dat files i need to delete. This is on a terminal server and is hard to reboot at this time. How can i get past it saying that something else is useing it.

I'm upping the points to accomidate this
Jay_Jay70Commented:
havent been in that exact scenario before but see if there is an app here that may help
http://www.sysinternals.com/SystemInformationUtilities.html

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