At work, I have a large SAN (Storage Area Network). On a shared drive thats run through a clustered NAS that is directly attached to the SAN, the entire department (~110 people, 200+ workstations including labs) has an excel file that we all use. Unfortunately, some 'person' either on their machine or a lab machine opened the file and now it is locked for editing.
I can't sniff trough 200+ computers so, anyway to force unlock it?
Any way to find the computer responsible. If I can find the IP address and I can lower the number of computers down to a specific lab (by subnets). I have full administrative access to the NAS (Windows 2003 Server Datacenter using DFS and Clustering), the SAN (not much help it will do), and to all the shares. Even logged on as myself and being the only person with full administrative rights on all the files it still wont let me use it. Excel still says its locked for editing.