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I've just started using the Powershell for administration off our filer.
I want to unlock some locked files. I can do that in the console but from a powershell it must be more easier. In the documentation is the command "Invoke-NaLockBreak" mentioned ( in the page get-nalockstatus) but i can't find more info for it.
There is not an Invoke-NaLockBreak cmdlet in the tookit. We had originally planned to include the lock-break API as Invoke-NaLockBreak, which is why it is referenced in the help for Get-NaLockStatus, but we were unable to in the last release. It is still up for consideration in a future release.