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What happens if someone has an unsaved open word doc ?

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You might also be able to tweak things with the socket options (these are explained in the man page for smb.conf), and specified in /etc/fstab by 'sockopt=...'.

Word keeps a .tmp file for all the changes done from last save. I think you will be able to restore.

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