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check filelock

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2017-04-13
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check_filelock.ps1check_filelock.ps1

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check filelock
PowerShell script used to determine if a file is open and locked.
This PowerShell script can be used to determine if a file is open and locked. It returns service state 0(OK) if the file isn't opened, a 1(WARNING) if it is opened but not locked, and a 2(CRITICAL) if it is opened and locked. It will also return the username of the person who currently has it opened if the state is WARNING or CRITICAL.

Usage:

.check_filelock.ps1 [filename]