Temp File Problem On My File Server

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  • mariamislam

    I Have File Server Running Windows Server 2003.

    If User Open A File And After Use That File Creates A Temp File. Since This Server Is Used By Almost 300 Employees, There Are Alot Of These Files.

    When I Tried To Delete Them It Refuse To Delete With An Error That The File Access Is Denied Because The File Is In Use.

    Help Me Stop These Files Being Created And How Can I Clear Them.

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