I'm running Windows myself, but the drive is hosted on a Linux server.
Basically, people map this drive to their Windows machine, open ACCDB files (which they're not supposed to do, we use ACCDE's) and then after they close out, the LACCDB sticks around.
I need to get rid of the LACCDB file. The Windows server has no GUI but I have direct access to it's command line, either by physically going to the server or using Putty.
What commands would I need to type in to navigate to the locked file and then delete it.