intermittent file violation errors

Some of my users have been getting intermittent file violation errors when renaming, moving some folders. I have verified the permissions, i have verified that no one else is accessing the folder at the same time but for whatever reason it seems as if Windows sees it as an used folder and it locks it for some time. Again, this is intermittent, nothing is logged in event viewer, i just ran the latest updates, Volume shadow copy is disabled, i just the disabled the AV. Does anyone know what else to check for to solve this issue.

the files are being access from a network shared but it also happens to me when logged on (rdp) to the server as an administrator.

Thanks.
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thanks..
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