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How to find who (and since when) has my drawing open?

A - answer To find who (which login), where (which workstation) and since when has locked the drawing I am trying to open (who has it loaded in his/her AutoCAD session), use the WHOHAS AutoCAD command.
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22.4.2004    8101x  
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