How to Handle OPSLOCK in Server 2012 R2


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We recently found that the old way of handling opslock through registry entries does not work. Powershell is the answer. Run the commands below to verify, disable and view your opslock status.


Determine whether opslock is on or off

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How to turn opslock off. Use the first two commands

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View full status using this command.

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