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We can get pretty darn close with PsExec and a little batch work. On your server/VM, we'll want to tie in, not complicate, a release command into the existing rename and delete commands in command prompt. The implied priority is for it to be as seamless as possible. First, to enable PsExec network execution on the clients, make a reg file: ...
Edit HOSTS file and add name record for your NAS. location: C:\Windows\System32\Drivers\etc For example, if you wanted to use the HOSTS file to translate a host name of a computer called “printserver” into the IP address of 192.168.0.1, you would add this line: 192.168.0.1 printserver You can add more than one host name to the same IP address. ...
This may be of use to you: I can't be certain it's the same location on Server edition, but I accessed it through Win + X -> Computer Management -> System Tools -> Shared Folders -> Open Files This lists each open file handle, its "Open Mode" (Read/ReadWrite) and the user. You can also close the file handle from this location.
In Windows, there are two sets of permissions to deal with. File and Folder permissions, as well as the Windows share permissions. The permissions that are the most restrictive will take priority. For example giving everyone full permissions at the file level and read-only on the share, will result in read-only. The same goes if it was reversed. Now if ...
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