We have a windows 2003 network with the folloing configuration:
Three servers, Windows File Server Running Win2003 SP2, Exchange 2003 Server running on a Windows 2003 Server SP2 Platform and a Terminal Server also running on a Windows 2003 Server Platform. Workstations are running Windows XP Pro SP2.
After users on the network create a word document or any other type of document and save it to one of the assigned network drives and then try to either move, rename or delete the file, the system states that the file is currently in use and cannot be moved or deleted. I checked the security for the file that was created and the user has FULL security rights to the file and directory. I tested it myself and the same thing is happening. If i create a document and save it to the local drive, I can rename it, move it and delete it if I want to. This is happening with all users from any workstation within the network. I ran a scan to make sure we didnt have a virus and it came back clean.
Does anyone know what might be causing this?
Thanks for the help.