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  1. Hello. I'm new in this forum and I'm Portuguese, so maybe my English isn't the most correct. I have a Windows Server 2008 R2 Standard and I've a problem with some AD users in Windows 7, that some times cannot change folders name, move or delete some folder/files because those are in use by other program. This users have their documents sync with the server to a directory with the name of the user and full control in their folder. When they report the problem, I go to the server - Share and storage management - manage sessions and close the session or session of the user in the server. By doing this action, the user can do what he want to do. I'm looking for a way to prevent this from happening or a explanation or cause that justifies this behavior of windows. Thank you for helping!
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