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How do I know who is locking a windows file

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I have a jar file that is locked on a windows server 2003 and I am trying to figure out what process locked it.
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if it is on a shared folder, just goto my computer R/click and click on manage, look for shared folders, and look under the subsequent folders for who is using the file.
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