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This version contains a major UI and browsing revamp, enabling servers and volumes to be browsed and checked without needing a drive to be mapped.
WhoHasIt lets the administrator quickly check who is using a file on the server.
The easy to use windows interface is far simpler than trying to do the same job using MONITOR/RCONSOLE.
WhoHasIt also displays any record locks held on the file and it is ideal for tracking down database problems.
Here are some key features of “WhoHasIt”:
￭ Easy to use Windows interface
￭ Fully 32-bit throughout
￭ Displays who has the file open, their login time and MAC address
￭ Displays record locks, lock type and offsets
￭ Connections can be cleared and files closed
￭ Can enable and disable server logins
￭ Messages sent to users
￭ Pick list of frequent files
￭ Includes command line version for batch files
￭ View all files opened by the selected user
￭ Win95/98 or NT4/2000
￭ Novell provided netware client – The clients provided by MS with 95 and NT will not work.
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￭ WhoHasIt is an easy to use tool designed to help track and monitor the use of files on a network.
￭ It can monitor and check the active connections to files on a file server.
￭ It can display who has the file open, their login time and MAC address.
￭ It can also display any record locks held on the file, the lock type and offsets.
￭ It can enable and disable server logins.
￭ It can pick a list of the files that occur frequently.
￭ You can check all files that are open, even if they are not on the server.
￭ It can include the current status of any copy operation.
￭ It can display a message sent to a user when they attempt to access a file that is locked.
￭ Pick list of frequent files can be configured.
￭ It can be viewed with or without window titles.
￭ Files and volumes can be searched and checked with a single click.
￭ It can be used as a backup tool.
￭ When the session times out, the session disconnects and the file or volume is locked so that no other sessions can access it.
￭ You can set the logging level, so that you can view all information and also track down problems.
￭ You can clear the log at any time to stop logging.
￭ View all files opened by the selected user.
￭ You can enable and disable users logins.
￭ You can set how often to refresh a list of files and volumes.
￭ And finally, it is easy to install, uninstall and update.
￭ The package contains a fixed version of Novell Netware, plus a copy of WhoHasIt
￭ Download WhoHasIt, select the version you want and double click the setup executable.
￭ It will copy the files needed to your CD-ROM drive and then you can double click the setup exe to install.
￭ No installation wizard is required.
￭ You can uninstall by double clicking the uninstall exe.
￭ This version of WhoHasIt is a 32 bit version so it will not work with any version of Novell Netware prior to NetWare 3.11.
￭ Prior to NetWare
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￭ User can specify a sequence of keys to be taken before closing the window.
￭ Instead of sending a close command, which can take a considerable amount of time, the keyboard can simply be turned off. This is ideal for use with long running tools or batch files.
￭ A message can be sent to the user stating who has closed the window.
￭ If the user is logged out, the session is not terminated, allowing them to re-open the file at their convenience.
￭ Files can be opened while the session is active and can be closed by clicking on the Close button in the window.
￭ There is a short pause after the window closes, before the MAC address will be shown in the active session.
￭ Logged in users can be forced out.
This version provides for several enhancements to the previously released demo.
The WhoHasIt utility can now access and clear files on remote servers and sub-servers in a clustered environment.
Additional server and volume management features have been added.
A powerful security check is included allowing administrators to view and clear remote server and volume locks with a remote command.
New keyboard macros can be used to close a session and log out selected users.
New version added to the membase server and the client for use with Windows 2000.
The membase server adds the ability to create, delete, move and copy a virtual drive within a clustered environment.
The membase client provides a simple to use command line tool for connecting to a membase server.
For example, with this tool the user can change the media manager server configuration from NATIVE to MEMBASE on the machine running the client utility.
As well as the ability to connect to a membase server the membase client provides a database driven user interface to view and modify the configuration of a membase server.
On the membase server, the logon credentials for the user can be changed from native to membase.
Also, the user can be locked out or cleared from the membase server.
Here is a brief list of membase enhancements:
￭ Create, delete, move, copy virtual drives
￭ View, edit and set logon credentials on the membase server
￭ View and modify membase server configuration
￭ Locking and unlocking of user accounts
￭ Clear all session locks
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WhoHasIt shows who is currently accessing a file on the system.
It’s a simple windows utility and is easy to use.
The utility shows the computer name, MAC address, username, last login time and the file name and the current open status.
It also displays any lock records held by the file, the record type and offsets.
And if you are an administrator of the system, you can easily view all the files open by any logged-on user.
The utility lets you view all files opened by the selected user, their last login time, their username, the logged-on computer, MAC address, record type, and the lock status.
In addition, you can clear and close the connection to the file or remove the user from the server.
The utility also has a command line version which you can use to automate the process.
The program is free for non-commercial use and no registration is required.
Why should I pay for another file manager?
The original WhoHasIt is a freeware utility that was developed by one of the authors to quickly identify who is accessing files on a Windows NT or Windows 95/98/2000 server.
It displays the logged-on user, their name, the logged-on computer, their last login time, the current open status and file name of the file being opened.
WhoHasIt can also show all files open by any logged-on user, their last login time, their username, their last server connection time, record type, and the lock status.
The utility is very easy to use and is very fast and can easily run on a file server.
“WhoHasIt” is a windows utility, and a freeware version of “WhoHasIt” was released.
The freeware version of WhoHasIt is not updated, lacks the advanced features that “WhoHasIt” provides, and has some problems running on Vista.
WhoHasIt is a cross-platform file monitoring utility that runs on Windows, Unix, Linux, and OS/2
The utility is capable of viewing the connections, files, and locks associated with any process or thread on a remote system.
It can be used to troubleshoot database problems, monitor file system activities, and detect and terminate unresponsive processes.
WhoHasIt displays the connections to and from a remote system.
In addition, it displays the logon time, username, computer name, file, and lock information.
It also displays
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