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  1. #1
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    Unanswered: Who is in a Database

    Does anyone know what the command is that checks to see which users are in which files on a server?

    I have run a command from the cmd prompt before that showed me all of the files (may have been windows) that each user had open on the server. I cannot remember what the command is though.

    Thanks!

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    Check the MS website for an LDB viewer. This will show who's in a particular mdb.

    Do you recall the UNIX command "ps" which shows the processes on a box? I can't recall anything like it in DOS except MEM.
    Last edited by poliarci; 03-31-04 at 18:20.

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    Re: Who is in a Database

    Originally posted by dataMonkey
    Does anyone know what the command is that checks to see which users are in which files on a server?

    I have run a command from the cmd prompt before that showed me all of the files (may have been windows) that each user had open on the server. I cannot remember what the command is though.

    Thanks!
    Hi,

    Have a look at this -> http://www.mvps.org/access/api/api0062.htm

    HTH.

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