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What happened to "computer management"> shared folders> open files |sessions in Windows/SBS 2008?

What happened to "computer management"> shared folders> open files |sessions in Windows/SBS 2008?
Because I want to know what sessions are open and what files are being accessed.
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howart
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David_HagermanCommented:
The Windows SBS Native Tools Management link gives a similar view to SBS
2003 admin console. There you have Computer management | Shared Folders >
shares, sessions and open files, as well as a lot of other things you'll
recognize.
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howartAuthor Commented:
I found  "Administrative Tools>Share and StorageManagement> Right Pane  Manage Open Session and Manage Open Files

Thx were do I find this link?
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David_HagermanCommented:
Try this from Run "C:\Program Files\Windows Small Business Server\Bin\AdvancedManagment.msc"
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Rob WilliamsCommented:
Still there, different path:
Administrative tools > computer management > shared folders
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howartAuthor Commented:
ok thx
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j_tech36Commented:
NICE
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