Have you ever been connected to a network and wanted to know if you could see who is copying stuff from your PC? Here’s how to do it with the built in Windows tools.
See Who Is Downloading Files From Your Network Shares
Press the Windows + R keyboard combination to bring up a run box, then type mmc and press enter.
This will open a blank MMC console, click on the File menu item and choose to add a snap-in.
Now go ahead and choose the Shared Folders snap-in and click the add button.
Then select the all view and click OK.
This will create the MMC Console, on the left hand side expand Shared Folders and select Sessions. On the right hand side you will get a list of users that are currently connected to your PC, you can also see exactly which files they have open.
That’s all there is to it.
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