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By jsarinana ·
Does anyone know how to run a server manager tool on a NT network with a Windows 2000 Prof. workstation ?

Our Chief Financial Officer runs a company wide Accounting s.w. that from time to time needs to have all users off the accounting s.w. so she can perform some prevented maint. to this s.w. The problem is that she needs to have all users off this program when she is doing this but sometimes users have the program open. Instead of her coming to me, is their a way for her to see who has theprogram open like you can on a NT server through server manager so she can notify whoever has the program open ? this accounting s.w. has administrator limitations to say the least.

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by timwalsh In reply to Server Manager

On the NT4 Server C \Clients\SRVTools\WINNT - the tools in this directory are available for loading on a client computer used to administer a domain. They are the same (and have the same functionality) as the tools loaded on NT Server. Server Manager (srvmgr.exe) is one of the tools loaded.

Run Setup.bat (from the above directory) and all tools in the \I386 subdirectory will be copied to the %systemroot%\system32 directory on your computer. You can then delete those tools you don't want the CFO to have access to. The CFO will need administrator privileges in order to run Server Manager. This may or may not be desirable.

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