Get open files remote server

Get open files remote server

Hello,

To get open files on a remote server, you can RDP into it and use the GUI :

Get open files remote server – GUI

OpenFilesGUI

Get open files remote server – PowerShell

Or, use PowerShell :

openfiles /Query /S 2K12R2 /FO CSV /V | ConvertFrom-Csv | Out-GridView
Get open files remote server - PowerShell

Get open files remote server – PowerShell

Replace 2K12R2 with your server name.

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  2. Tested on a Windows 2012 R2 and a Windows 7
    I would say :
    openfiles /Query /S 127.0.0.1 /FO CSV /V | select -Skip 8 | ConvertFrom-Csv | Out-GridView

    the | select -Skip 8 will allow to remove the 8 first lines of the unwanted results I get witch is :

    \”
    INFO: The system global flag \’maintain objects list\’ needs
    to be enabled to see local opened files.
    See Openfiles /? for more information.

    Files opened remotely via local share points:
    ———————————————
    \”

    Thanks – this command is quite useful 🙂

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