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Domain controller is showing duplicate open files

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We have an EMC San setup as a CIFS share...when I look at open files under shared folders on our domain controller, it shows thousands of open files and most of them are duplicates. Any ideas? I didnt' know if the CIFS share has to keep our share folders set as an open share to work properly or if it recognizes previous versions as open files.

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Shani Basha earned 500 total points
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Are the open files from Windows 7 machines? I think it is a bug and need to check with EMC
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Issue resolved after updating SAN OS and disk firmware.
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