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I'm fairly new to Linux and recently bought a Synology DS209 that I'm planning to put on our Windows network and act as a file server. One functionality that's currently ...
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    [SOLVED] Samba and Windows MMC


    I'm fairly new to Linux and recently bought a Synology DS209 that I'm planning to put on our Windows network and act as a file server.

    One functionality that's currently used often is seeing what files are open by a particular user through the System Tools MMC snap-in.

    I don't see the ability to view open files through MMC that are shared via Samba. I can see the directory that's open, but not the individual files.

    How can I view the files that are open? Is that something that's only done through terminal?

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    I just didn't open a "lockable" file when posting this. I opened a Word document and it showed up fine. It showed up twice, but fine.

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