Windows Server 2012 R2 / Share and Storage Management

How to manage open files? Step by step, please.

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Hi cohhelp

You can foundhere a tutorial to  deploy Distributed File System (DFS) in Wndows Server 2012 R2

and here a other tutorial to MANAGE File Server using FSRM File Screening in Windows Server 2012 R2
cohhelpAuthor Commented:
Is it any tool on the market that will help to see open files, users, how long the files are open (that's enough in my case)?
SystemTools Hyena v11.5: is very good for all sort of General Management, and can also let you see Open files and a myriad of other great information in your AD.

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cohhelpAuthor Commented:
Thank U!
Your welcome, don't forget that there is a 30 Day Free Trial, so you don't have to buy it till after that is over. But its worth it if your an Network Admin.
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