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File not visible when another user accessing on a file server.

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I have  a user who is trying to open a file on a file server using windows explorer. If someone else has the file open, it simply doesn't show up - whereas normally it will open, but say that it is read only. Has anyone seen this behaviour before? File server is Win 2000 and the client is Windows 7. This has only just started happening.
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Please have a look into below post

SMB2 Client Redirector Caches Explained
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ff686200(WS.10).aspx
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The issue seems to have resolved itself, but thanks for the suggestion - I will keep in mind should the problem re-occur.
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