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> From: rrankin1424-cvsnt at yahoo.com > Well, I guess one can never be 100% certain. However, other > than A/V software, > I can't imagine what could be holding any of the files open. > I'll run some > tests again with the A/V software disabled, but I'm not hopeful. Open question to the floor - would Filemon (http://www.sysinternals.com/) spot this, or are the scanners and the like at a lower level than Filemon hooks? > But, let's assume for a minute that the A/V software really > does turn out to be > the culprit. Permanently disabling it is not an option. The > corporate police > get pretty cranky when people try to do that. Right now, I > don't even have > enough control of the client to tell it to omit certain > directories, even > though the server is in my domain and I'm the domain admin. > What are my options at that point? Don't use CVSNT, or go postal on your corporate idiots^Wpolice. - Peter