|There's more than one way to do things|
Looking for a Perlish way to remove users from a Win32 directory.
The idea being that:
Are all working on F:\Work_Dir and User A needs to make changes to the directory and no other person can be using the files. So the script is run and in the end only User A remains connected to the directory and after some amount of time the users B & C can log back on.
Is this reasonable from a scripting standpoint? And I do realize this "rude" but it is the way it is for non technical reasons.
There's more than one way to do it, but only some of them actually work.