We had been having some issues that when a user pushed a file onto the DFS\nand then tried to move it, it would not move. I decided to install\nUltrasound to see if I could determine what was was wrong.\n\nBackground:\n(1) Windows 2000 Server SP4\n(1) Windows 2003 Server no SP or NTFRS hotfix\n\nFor the affected files, the DFS is setup to replicate a directory between\nthese two servers. Only the Win2K3 server has its DFS Referral "enabled".\n\nUsers login to our intranet and run a script that pulls down a file, which\nthey then browse to the DFS hierarchy to the DFS folder and save the file\nthere. When they go into Explorer, they sometimes have problems moving the\nfile to a subfolder after removing the contents on the recently saved ZIP\nfile.\n\nUltrasound tells me that I have "Two days in sharing violation\ninstall/staging" for many, many ZIP files in the mentioned DFS folders, with\nproblems all the way back to August. Sometimes the same file has multiple\nproblems(as I assume that they are trying to move the file multiple times)\n\nThe documentation states:\n"Sharing violations are logged as FRS event ID 13573. This event provides\nthe file name and file GUID of the file held open and provides steps to\nresolve the sharing violation. "\n\nYet I have no logged errors in my FRS Service Event Log. I have tried using\nFRSDiag, but I can't figure that tool out enough to help me determine the\nproblem.\n\nAny ideas? I'm tempted to burn a MS Incident if I can't get this resolved\nquickly.