I have a server running Windows 2003 standard with a folder that is being shared. On this share I have limited the User Limit to one user. I have done this by going to the properties of the share, under the general tab, User Limit section, Allow this number of users: and set to 1. When I have someone map a drive to this folder it uses that one access point and blocks all others from access it. Problem is, that as long as they don’t open any files, I can’t find a way to see what user has that share in use. The only time I can see who is in the share is by seeing them having file open. One other item worthy of mentioning is that I have also accessed this share through a DFS path as well. Doesn’t seem to matter which way you access it, I still can’t see who has the share in use when they don’t have any files open. Does anyone have a Windows command to see this?
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