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Powershell get-smbopenfile at remote server

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I'm trying to use get-smbopenfile to look at open files on a remote server then be able to close them. Example DATASERVER is running Server 2008 so I can't run get-smbopenfile on that.  I want to run it on another server called server1 that it can run on.
I want to see what files are open at location \\dataserver\shared\work files.
Then I want to close all files at that location every night around 7:00pm.
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