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think that the Sysinternals Tools have some program to show what programs hold a filehandle to a file,

Yes. it is called handle.exe:

C:\test>handle /? Handle v3.42 Copyright (C) 1997-2008 Mark Russinovich Sysinternals - www.sysinternals.com usage: handle [[-a [-l]] [-u] | [-c <handle> [-y]] | [-s]] [-p <proces +s>|<pid>] [name] -a Dump all handle information. -l Just show pagefile-backed section handles. -c Closes the specified handle (interpreted as a hexadecimal nu +mber). You must specify the process by its PID. WARNING: Closing handles can cause application or system ins +tability. -y Don't prompt for close handle confirmation. -s Print count of each type of handle open. -u Show the owning user name when searching for handles. -p Dump handles belonging to process (partial name accepted). name Search for handles to objects with <name> (fragment accepted +). No arguments will dump all file references.

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The start of some sanity?


In reply to Re^4: Rename unreliable on Windows by BrowserUk
in thread Rename unreliable on Windows by elef

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