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42 Open Files constantly



Is there any way to see exactly which files Drivepool thinks are open?  And perhaps, by which process? 

If I check the windows Resource Monitor, the only files that show disk activity are on the OS drive and not part of the pool.  I've been turning off services, terminating running programs and uninstalling apps in an attempt to figure out which one is holding access to these 42 files.  I have also scanned for malware and couldn't find anything.  

Another strange symptom: If I force disk activity on the pool by opening a bunch of files, Resource Monitor shows these files being accessed.  However, the 42 Open Files as reported by Drivepool remains unchanged.  

This was never an issue until I recently rebuilt my server and reinstalled Windows.  Are newer installs of Windows behaving oddly?

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